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Vol. IK. No. 1570.
HONOLULU. TJOltltlTORY OF HAWAII, Kill DAY. JULY (i. 1000.
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BUSINESS AS A FINE ART
This It the Secret of GermaDj's
Ei Consul Mooajbia Draws Pertinent Lessons
for Americans-flow Trade Can Be
Increased In New Fields.
Albany, Juno 27. Addressing the
University Convocation, J. C. Monu
Khan, ex-United States Consul lit
Chemnitz, said of Industrial tducntlnu
"It may lie best to plunge right Into
the midst of the German Industrial sys
tem by saying It Is excellent In IU re
sults. It Is composed of Industrial, art,
commercial, high and technical schoolr.
Uecauso wo have built tip the richest
nation on eaith without such a system
some arc saying the talk of the great
need for technical education Is non
sense. The question Ik not, to much
vlhnt we are us what with such schools
wo might havo been. I have no hesita
tion In salng, tacking these school.
Germany, instead of occupying hci
present proud position at the head of
continental Europe's Industrial states
would bo struggling to maintain the
Integrity of tlio empire.
"Germans nro piactlcally the only
people on earth who have first class
training schools. They were who
enough to put the practical chemist
Bide by side with the practical tanncrt.
The reactions not understood by tlic
ono wero understood by the otherT The
result Is that Germany leads the world
In many, if not all, leathers. It will
Interest American readers to learn,
however, that the tanning school at
Freiburg, Saxony, Is fitted with ma
chines invented in this country, while
tho head director was for fifteen years
foreman In a famous Milwaukee tan
nery. Germans send their boys out to
learn languages and to study foreign
markets and Germans are better known
In the modern world than the Romans
were In the ancient world.
"Germany has had tho schoolmaster
abroad at every step of her progress.
Tho schoolmaster was at Ludwlghaten
when Dr. Lear and his chemists too
the refuse matter of the world's gas
h'tiBe.-, and converted It Into a hundred
different colors for tho'dyes of this arid
other countries. Dr. Caro told me
twclvo years ago that the ill earn of
German chemists at that time was
grander than that of any ancient nl
. chemist or philosopher, being above
book or alembic, for theirs was n hope
less task. Dr. Caro and his chemists
made no effort to turn the bas-r
metals to gold, hut to find an artificial
substitute for Indigo. Twelve months
ago they succeeded; nnd to suteess
ful wero their effoits that the L'n'ted
States Government appraisers put
their product as high In duty biheelules
as the natural product of India or Cey
lon." Mr. Monughan Bpoko of the techri
cal schools, their places in helping for
ward tho empire and commercial edu
cation. In 1870 Germany had 01 per
cent of Its peoplo on farms. Today It
has only 33 per cent and In this con
nection he said that it 'was hardly ne
cessary to add that the Empire's con
tinued success Is due to the marvelous
methods of educutton. Then the speak
"Tho German schoolmaster has done
bis work well. Tho broken fragments
of an empire, once discordant states,
were welded by his power Into th moit
compact forces since Napoleon 4aul
Into his Island ginve. He fms changed
the empire from a slow moving, hard
working, ulmost poveity-strlcke-n ngii
cultural state to an industrial and
commercial one, rich In material
wealth beyond all that her best and
most ambitious statesmen believed ros
Amnteurtt and Protesslonnls.
Said a well known athlete thU morn
ing: "I doubt If there are half n doz
en amateurs In Honolulu if we stick
Btrictly to tho letter of the rulse. -Takw
the boat crews, Angus, Martin and um
Johnson are In them. They became
professionals during the blcyU rac
ing season here and anyone who com
petes with them In any sport nr event
becomes a piofcsslonal. By the uini
logic tho basket ball plaera are pre
fesslonals. They, In addition to as
sociating in events with established
professionals play where theio urc i;utn
receipts. This extends on Into base
ball. I have always held that Coleman.
Crock nnd Coats and other men In
wtir lines are professional!. Thoy
wero Instructors for pay. It Is clar
to mo that the students of Kamuhume
h and l'unuhou aio Involved ill , ro
ffBSlnnallsm by association. The only
remedy Is to wlpo nil the r.nit off tho
slate nnd begin entirely now ngaln."
Andrew Drown la (loin:; his bent to
have a house, built on his Tuntitlui lot
but'hn Is having all kindi of trouble
gelling tho necessary lumber up tho
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Several Teachers Have Their Salaries
Mr. Atkinson, on the Suggestion ot School
Agent, Puts His Foot Down on Frivolous
Leaves ot Absence.
The Commissioners ot Fiiulic In
struction met at 2:30 yesterday after
noon. Present: A. T .Atklnron, Su
perintendent; W. D. Alexander, Mm.
W. W. Hall, Mrs. E. W. Jordan, Chun.
L. Hopkins and 11. M. von Holt, Com
mlslsoners; II. S. Townttml, Inspector,
T. II. Gibson, Normal Instructor; Chad.
T. Hodgers, Secretary .
The board took up n report cf tho
teachers' committee with the following
Mrs. Kinney, Instructor in languago,
High School, salary raised from J300 to
$1000 on September 1; E. H. Carleton,
I.alialnaltma, from ll'OO to $1000; Mr.
Tucker, supervisor of muilc $1000 to
$1200; Miss Margaret Rice UM to
$C00; .Miss Throna, Llhue, Ka'ial. $180
to $u!0; Mrs. l'rasher, appointed pi In-
cipal of KaullanI school, at tlb'm n
year; Miss Snow, vice pilncipa) t.f
Kuiulanl school, $1200; Mr. 3. B.
Greene, transferred from Beittama to
Knuluwcla school, In place cf MU'i
Superintendent Atkinson wet. author
ized to send, to the Mainland for an in
structor in agriculture.
On the strength of n communication
from J. N. Taggard, principal cf Knll-hl-waena
school, an appropriation will
be usked from the Legislature- fcr an
addition to that schoolhouce.
W. A. McKay was nprolnttd school
agent for W'atluku, vice M. Zumwalt,
Mr. Atkinson desired to state that
he was averse to leaves of abienc be
ing granted for frivolous reatcnt. A
letter from Mr. Aiken, a school agent
on Maul, on this subject led him to
make this observation. The letter was
GETTING NEW 'PHONES
Mr. Cassldy superlntendi'it for the
.Mutual Teleplione Company, is imsv
Just now about Government buildings.
The new Instruments are bln placed
in nil the ofilces nnd are working (.alls
factorlly to the degree with which the
users hae become familiar with them.
All the officers In the Executlv; build
ing' have the most direct connection
with central. All the lines nic carried
straight to the main office In a cable
that may be noticed spanning Palace
square. The most direct connection
possible lias been made for the instru
ments in the Judiciary building.
The Mutual company hat 'ccclvrd a
large amount of new matcrpil by the
Australia and will push nctessaiy
changes. There Is n lamentable short
age of linemen nt this time. The hlch
est wages ever known here nro Lelng
paid, but It seems very difficult to se
cure and retain men. Tho girls in tni
Central olUce are rapidly masteilng tho
mysteries of the new system. Tor tho
purpose of carrying out a lot of snecl.il
work a requisition has been made on
Chicago for a party of expert 'oltphono
Liint Two Nights of El Ctipltnn.
The Southwell Company will appear
tonight and tomorrow afternoon and
night In "El Capltan" at the Oipheum,
This bill Is drawing Urge hoiues and
that who have not taken It In snoiild
icmember that there Is Just one chance
left after tonight outside of the special
matinee Saturday for the ladles nnd
Tickets are on sale at the box ofTto
for tho matinee and every child in tho
city should try nnd get to seo this last
matinee bill. Prices 25 cents to all
parts ot the house.
Bpo, Bertram' Vote.
In the teachers' contest for popular
lty. which arrived at a eu(Cf6sfol ter
mination yesterday, Dro . Bertram,
principal of St. Louis College, polled
7403 votes which won for blm tho
pleasure trip to San Francisco and re
turn. Dro. Bertram's frlendlv.ncttn in
transferring his votes to Mr. Scott of
Kauai Is meeting with the favorable
comment It deterved.
THE WATCHMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN I'KN. All sizes, all shapes. II
F. WICHMAN. '
HONOLULU $ SCHOOL
M-kani anil Typswrilina
Day and N'ioht Classes
Room jrj Floor (A.M. 4 r. M
llou l ? jo ry P. M
SUNDRY JUDICIAL MATTERS
Judge Stanley Doing Business at
Circuit Court Chambers.
Ad Orpbeum Company Salary Case Peti
tions for Naturalization -Cases
Judgo Stanley has appointed T. f.
Knlnma guardian of the person and
pioperty ot Maraklela Kaopuli'pulu, .i
minor, under n bond of tlbuO.
Judge Stanley has appointed tho Ha
waiian Trust and Investment Co.. Ltd ,
administrator of tho estate of tho Into
Alex. Chlsholm under tii'O) b.nJ.
Illgelow for petitioner.
Petitions for nattirallntUiu have
been filed by Allen Ilrlggi Serlnigeour,
Edmund Cecil Shoiey. Kreil. L Leslie.
William John White, Cnp'aln Wm.
Smith, John II. Schnack, James J.
Macdonnld, John T. Wlrud, lames 1.
Henrietta E. Ilosi by he' attorneys,
Robertson & Wilder, moves that plain
tiffs In tho suit of Mary C. Aldilo'.i and
others vs. l'rlsellla E, IHsslngor and
others be ordered to nnlw Sarah Al
Swlnton n party defendant.
Tho Orpbeum Co. na garn. slue of J
C. Cohen, answers the complaint of
Geo. (lotttlnger to tho effect timt.ou
salary account there Is duo $22.CO
against $300 frum him to tli3 company
Judge Stanley has approved the ac
counts and ordered tho illsch&rgo of
Geo. It. Carter .administrator of the
estato of E. Don sett, upon his filing of
Judge Stanley hasiappolntcd Kelekl.i
Mcle Kahal administrator of the estate
of Samuel K. Kahal under $1800 bond.
S. Hookano has taken Mio oath as
District Magistrate of Ewa.
A WOMAN MISSING.
Tho case of Kalclhopu, a rather un
pleasant looking native charged with
assault and battery on his wife, camo
up for trial In tho Police Court this
forenoon. Deputy HIrIi Sheriff Chill
Ingworth stated to the Court that
every effort had been made to find the
complaining witness, the nlfo ot the
defendant, but that she hnJ mysterl
tnuly illhippeured He ri-ked that tbr
case bo aguln continued. Attorney
Kaulukou, representing tho defendant.
objected nnd asked that tho case be
Judgo Wlleox refused to grant the
motion ot Mr. Kaulukou, stntlng that
tho disappearance of the woman was a
very suspicious circumstance. Yester
day the defendant told his attorney
that his wife had gone fishing and tliU
morning ho had stated that she stirted
for tho pollco station. To tho Couit he
had expiessed Ignorance of her where
abouts. When tho pollco last saw the woman
she was suffering from severe wounds,
the alleged work of the .defendant.
Perhaps she might have been murdered
nnd burled. Such things wero hard to
tell. The case would have to be con
tinued until moved on. In the mean
time a diligent search would have to bo
made. There was something very mys
terious about the wholo thing.
To Lunolllo Home,
An old native, barefooted and with
clothes tattcied and torn, presented
himself and all his belongings i slnall
bundle tied In a handkerchief ut tho
police station this morning nnd asked
to bo sent to I.unalllo Home. He Is n
crlppla nnd has no place to lay hh
head. A police officer took lilm 'o V. O
Smith's office In order that his case
might bo Investigated. There Is no
doubt whatever that he will bo sent to
tho Homo. This Is one of the very few
cases vvhero a Hawaiian voluntarily
asks to be taken care of on account of
his extreme poverty and the lack of a
home. Uusually they havo to bo
Attorney Weaver a'ppeared against
George Harrison in a garnishee caso
In the Pollco Court this forenoon. Ed
ward Damon, who was summoned from
Bishop's bank, stated that Mr, and Mrs.
Harrison had (90 Jointly in the bank.
Judge Wilcox ordered this amount held
BUhJect to the decision of the Court.
In the Police Court this Common En
Lock was fined 110 and costs on tlw
charge of malicious injury. The de
fendant caught hold ot tho -use of
ono Knhahawal on July i and beat the
animal liver tho head. The native wan
diking along tho stieet at tho time.
When you want baiguins In fuinituio
look up Sam I.ederer nt tho I. . I..
First class furniture at holio:lc pilcis.
Prices aie the lowest In the Hawaiian
The Doric is n fast boat and should
be In fiom S.vu Kiauclscn this uftci
noon or tonight.
A complete now stock of genta
shirts, collars and cuffs at I.. 1). Kerr'a,
WANT THEIR MONEY BACK
Japanese Laborers Hay Appeal to the
Relations With Inuilgrailon Companies tbe
Cause-Tbty Think All Contracts
Japaneso laborers want thilr money
hack. Tills Is the Important phase of
the labor situation at previa, though
fortunately It is not likely to usiilt in
disturbances upon tho pl.iut.itlons or
seriously effect the sugar Industry In
any way, laborers and managers
throughout the Islands have Bottled
their differences and work U iiclng on
ns pleasantly as during tho palmy days
when labor contracts were binding.
Tho difficulty now Is betwe.-n the la
borers and the Immigration companies,
nnd grows out of the rctiultcmcnt by
the Japanese Government that a cer
tain amount of the laborers' wages be
retained ns a guard against their be
ing thrown upon the charity of tho
country in which they reside. Dele
gates have been sent to Honolulu to
make demand upon tho immlirintlon
companies for tho money now deposit
ed In tho bank for their benefit.
The total amount Involved Is said to
be In tho neighborhood of u million
dollars. Under tho eontraru with tho
laborers, the companies no le'jtilred
to refund tho money drawn each month
from tho laborers wages, when the eon
tract Is complete. The stipulation has
always been faithfully performed, but
now that contracts with tho plantations
nro void, the laborers havo becomo in
spired with n desire to handle nil their
money and bo entirely froe from tho
companies which binught them line.
Tho Japanese consul and the com
panies It Is understood havo written
their homo government for Instruc
tions, nnd meanwhile tho 'tt'er refuse
the demand made upon tlicni. Itepre
sentntives of the laborers on '.lie other
hand threaten to appeal to the local
courts for redress. Should this threat
bo carried out it will raise an Inter
esting iptestlnn of how far local Jilt lu
dlctlun extends In connection with
these funds. Tho Immigration com-
tifinlna nM nniltip ut i-lnt .11 trut Iriti n nil
.. ::.:,., ;.... r. :..::: .
should tho local courts decide thit tl.n
Immigration companies nnd their
bank of deposit must deliver the funds,
an unpleasant and peculiar c i.isli of
authority would arise, glvlw; p.omlsc
of furnishing Inwjeis u-i'dncss for
some time to come.
Tho laboreis aro tpilto ,ioiltlvc In
their demands, but it Is nrobalde tliey
will await the Instructions fioni the
'JnpnniKo Government befoio earning
their caso to court.
DORS U AND WEISS.
Dorso and Weiss, two hard working
young men, appeared In tho "ollcc
Court tills forenoon on the charge ot
larceny In tho second degre", they hav
ing been arrested yesterday for taking
some pigs feet, corned bee', pancakes,
etc., from tho cabin of tho schooner
Rob Roy, at anchor oft tho boathouses.
Doth defendants pleaded not guilty.
Deputy High Sheriff ChilKuguorth
asked that the caso go oved until to
morrow. It seems that DorBO anl Weiss wero
working for Purdy on the wreck of the
Wm. Caason. When they cuino l.i, they
obhcil for Money due them, the sum be
ing in the neighborhood of l.. Thilr
employer stated that ho could not piy
them and so tho men had nothing.
Tho agreement with tho men was
that they should bo fed ami paid a cer
tain amount for their wot):. Hiving
had nothing to eat for some time,
the men went aboard tho Hob Roy and
took enough from tho cuplnutd to feed
themselves, Th earrest followed speed
ily. In HimlncBH for HlniHcll.
E. V. Chapln, who for eignt years
has been employed In E. O. Hall &
Sons In very responsible po.-ltlons, has
left that firm and has forme.) a part
nership with his uncle, C. 11. Ripley, in
tho now concrete business recently
btarted by tho latter. Mr. Chnpln Is
very highly spoken of by both Mr. Hall
nnd Mr. White. They aio mot sony
to lose such a valuable man hut are
glad to see him go into business for
Cliiirley Murray Appointed.
Charlie Murray was today r-npolntcd
In placo of Leslie Scott as Depot) Col
lector at the Custom llous-i. Mr. Mur
lay Is a very competent i.ccountnnt
who has been n government employe
for quite n long time. He le'- his place
at tho I'OBt Olllco to take t tn new posi
tion which Is quite n ptomotlou for the
Great tale of boots ami dhoev nt '
1 1 ills on the dollar at I.. II. Kerr &
Co.'h shoo house, corner of Fori and
SALOON LICENSE REFUSED
Treasurer Lansing States Objection to
Drinking Place on Waterfront.
Superintendent Atkinson Gets Four School
Inspectors Rapid Transit Company
Superintendent Atkinson brought up
tho matter of school lns"c;loi before
tho Governor's council this morning.
it was decided that four .'.ormal In
structors be employed lnstt-ed of one,
ns at present, who shall vMIt e.uh dis
trict twice ench school term. The for
mer Inspector General is to take one
district as, inspector.
Tho Improvement of Aula ,wik was
referred to tho Supcrlnlondrnt of 1'iui
llc Works tn 'report.
Governor Dolo suggested that the
question of United States Government
liiiid be referred to the nuthnilties In
Washington, with n requeit that tho
chief forester como out and look Into
the matter of fniestry and public lands.
Treasurer I-inslng submit'!. 1 the ur
tides of association of Alexinder Ac
llnlduin, Ltd., nnd the American Pow
er & Water Co., Ltd., which weic found
In due form.
Tho Treasurer also report" I unfavor
ably on tho application of C. It. De
ment for a Baloon license for the water
front. Tho location was too i.ear tlw
boat landing. Tho application vas not
Messrs. I.. A. Thurston, J, O. Carter,
Amweg, W. O. Smith nnd O. G. Ballon
tyno enmo In to support o proposition
that tho Rapid Transit Co. cut through
from Queen street to the :loaii road.
They wero commended to tho property
owners for a grant of u GO-foot ight of
Governor Dolo suggested that. If the
Government undertook to build that
road, tho company should shonlc1 ualv?
al lthelr rights to Ala Mojtu.
Tho matter was deferred until a re
port from the company was fade In
writing as to what was wanted.
DEDICATED BY THE BISHOP
lit. Ilev. (iulsian. .nishop of Pinaji
lillfl. is bin k from 'ImhUcd of .VoiOkal. i
where he dedicated tho ne v eniiich it !
Kalaupiipa. This edifice for worship
by tho Catholic system, is tho largs I
buildings In tho settlement and is a I
handsome structure, wcl bin I
the whole of the Catholic imputation of
tho Island appealed to eltb.n- witness or
take part in the eeienioules conducted
under tho direction ut t i? lltahop.
There were two brass bands in the pin
cession. Tho chinch holds between
000 and 700 peoplo and maay wen'
unable to gain admission. '.'lie mui.i
Ing of llils chinch was startol fi ur or
live years ago.
Relict Camp Trouble.
Tom Kit, a Iloxer-llko Chluaiinn, ap
peared In the Police Court this fore
noon on tho charge of asutilt and bat
tery on Xavier, a former pollco oflUcr.
Xnvlcr stated that he went to de
fendant's room In llellcf Camp No. 2 to
movo him to another section of tho
building. Ho refused to go nnd. when
told ho would bo made to ,j. stiuck
him In the face. The defendan' told an
entirely dllfetent story. Th (omphln
Ing witness culled him lad names and
he pushed lilm out of tho loom.
Judge Wilcox remarked that If ths
defendant nnd complaining witness
were put Into a bag mid soaker, up, it
would bo a question ns to which would
drop out first. Tho leput I'.loin of liot'.i
wero unsavory. However, Tom Kit
hail no right to push Xavior, an rllker
In tha performance of l.h dtitlct. A
fine of J2 and cokts was Imposed.
Enerfilii Went By.
The British steamer Energla was sighted
off Koko Head at about 11:45 o'clock this
forenoon. The Pilot boat went out but
d I J not speak her. She continued tn her
way to Australia whither she Is bound
with a cargo of lumber from port HadlocU.
She belongs to the California and Oriental
The scarcity of freight destined for Ori
ental ports at present causeJ this company
to charter the Energla for a lumber cargo.
She will forceJ from Australia to Hong
kong to load general merchandise for S in
The Rev. H. W. Chamberl iln, aicom
panted by his wife, was a raisennerfroiii
San Francisco In the A I Jen Ites'e this
morning. He Is a sou of Mr. Chamber
lain, the aged accouuttant of the Custom
House, and comes back to Hawaii, the
place of his blith, to lemaln.
II. T. Moore and wife were aln pas
senge's In the AlJen Hesse. I liev voine
here on .1 visit. Mr. Moore Is .1 sister of
Attorney Hcrrv of this city
A row anl for two pair of lost opera
glasses U offered. See Lost column on
The Neill's Popularity
Is well Maintained
It cannot be gainsaid but that, llko
wine, the Nelll company Improves with
age. The more of the organization's
performances ono witnesses, tho more
his admiration for it Increases. Tha
versatility of both -the star and th
members of his support become mora
manifest ns the, Nelll engagement con
tinues. Last evening an audience that tested
the capacity of the Hawaiian Opera
House witnessed tho performance of
"A Ilachelor's Ilomnmo." In the mo
ment of Immediate the conviction
could not bo disputed that it was by
long odils tho finest, ebnnest cut nnd
best rounded dramatic entertaii,miit
over given In the Hawaiian Islands.
How it could possibly be Improved
upon on any stage would bo nard to
The story of tho play reminds ono of
those dellgthful tales that all of us
havo read in our younger days, which
used to'bcgln: "Once upon n time thero
lived a fairy." etc. Tho faliy In "A
Bachelor's Homaneo" Is Sylvia. Davi
Holmes' ward. Sbo reminds ono of
springtime and apple blossoms. It
would seem that abandoned hope, re
news Its interest In life when she would
enter a circle. The part would mako
the reputation of most any clever, win
some actress and Julia Dean Is tho
right little lady in the right role.
Thero Is apparently, no limit to tho
versatility of James Nelll. Aside from
appearing In what the people of the
stage call 'straight parts," he has been
seen as an Irish gentleman, an English
Lord, n palsied Trench baron, a South
ern Colonel and last evening as a liter
ary critic from New England. All as
widely apart ns the north ami south
pole and the cud Is not yet.
Emmet .Shackelford as Martin Hoggs
suggested tho richness of character of
musty old nle; a finely conceived and
executeil Interpretation. Miss Chapman
was as easy and charming as usual as
Helen Lo Grand; Miss Lnmkln made a
stunning figure In the second act: Mr.
Howard was n fine foil for the star as
tho wayward brother and wears a drcsa
suit with tho adornment of a Herry
Wall, but to particularize, would be to
glvo unstinted praise to ovrry member
of the cast. John W. Uurton's Imper
sonation of old Mulberry was one rrf
the best character portrayals ever seen
here. Thero' was Just enough of old
Mulberry to leave n memory behind
blm this morning that will not soon bo
forgotten. The stage settings were
matchless for artistic beauty.
This evening the Nellls will bo seen
In "Aristocracy," a composition by
Amcilca'H greatest dramatist, llrnnson
American Cltlcnx Now.
Tho Supremo Court vostciday ad
mitted tho following persons to cl'lzcn
ship of the United Statej: William
.Mutch, Arthur C. Lovckin, John Fran
cis Melanphy. Andrew Drown, K. II.
O. Wallace, Henry W. Schmidt. D. Lo
gan, Geo. Darker and II. D. Schrntkc.
Tho members of St. Andrew's Priory
Aid Society are particularly requeue 1
to meet tomorrow, Saturday, at 10 a.
m., as It Is thought advisable not to
meet during the months of August nnd
September. The members are tluivfore
desired tn pny their dues that tho treas
urer may balance Jier accounts.
rOURTII OP JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian anl
American Hags can be gotten In Iwuka
ml'f store. Hotel street.
They arc regular
If you cannot com In with our
children, send them In and they will rt
celve Just the same care and attention
and their feet will he jut as caretully
fitte J, as if you v ere u itli them.
We'll fit the foot if you'll fust tl e
bin, anJ promise v m that bcth will bt
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with gooJ fitt,
goad style and gooJ wear.