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Naiioopoo, Hawaii, Nor, 12, 1901.
Editor Evening lltillctln: I will ho
ery gntrful to you If you will Urdly
ullnw mo n little spate in our vul
Alter lifteen jears of faithful servlco
In our pulillc schools, I tunc been nm
llcloiisly blacklisted and ivestcrdnyi
iI'vtlinrRcil. Mr. W. M. Gibson (may
Ms soul ret In pcicc) appointed mo
principal of (lie Knnpii School lit 1880,,
In which position I taught school sue
lessfull lor eight years. On my own
lequcst I was then transferred to nn
other school. About this tlmo my
"missionary stories begin. At my
new homo on Molokal ' hot water" was
boiled by a certain ltcv. .Manaso. Ho
had a sc.ro hiad because 1 would not I
nllnnil Vila i Inipnli tin rrnt tho tlAlltnd '
uttend his church. Ho got the natives
to sign a petition against me. An In
vestigation (?) followed in which 1
was exonerated of all charges. But
for the sake of peace I had to bo re
moved. Hot water was tho open
charge In this Instanco; no considera
tion for my large family anil tho great
expense entailed by this transfer. My
family numbers nine, all toll). I was
loo poor to get out und fight tho vil
lainous slanderers in tho courts; I had
to suffer In silence. Tho hot-water
reputation was made; it stuck to me,
as lurther developments will show. 1
was tiansferred lo Hatiula. (I seo you
smile, ou think ou know all about
It; no, ou don't.) Vou know the Ad
vertiser's and tho Star's side of the
story, and as votir paper takes up sides
for tho noor onnrcssed. I am confident
that j on will glvo me a fair show."
No complaints reached tho Board for.
four jears at least, not about tho hot-
water man. About this tlmo tho "oko
Ichao and elm fa" habits took deep
roots in my school: as many as six
teen pupils frequently absented them
selves to sell chofa tickets. I was
obliged In conscience to put n stop
tn it, cost what It 'may, I know It
would entail a lot of hot water, for
nearly every man, woman and child
In the place owned chela tlckets'and
a demijohn of "moonshine." I wroto
to a member of tho Board, a man
whom I will nlnajs rovcro lor his lovo
of justice. Ho always stands by an
honest, hard-working teacher. I wroto
to Hon. Harry V. Holt. Ho Imme
diately showed my letter to Mr.
Brown, who Bent Mr, Chllllngworth on
the spot to Hatiula and Punaluu. Ho
runic to seo me I think ou remmn-
her with what result. Ho captured
1000 i hern tickets, broke u n tho dis
tilleries, opium Joints, nnd restored np-
patent order, nut. alas, for noor An
drews. A certain Rev. (?) Ntitiblwa,
who could not scare up a Blngle nntlvo
to go to his church, thought ho would
curry favor with the natives by let
ting tho cat out of tho bag and telling
i nu people mat 1 was me rcsponstblo
man. Sure enough, an Incipient peti
tion against mo was started, tho first
ono In a string of fifty. The three
main factors of these petitions were
Rev. Nuuhiwa, a pardoned murderer,
Kama by name, and the notorious ex'
king of Koolau, who somo time ago
was relieved of all missionary pap, for
he wbb judge, road supervisor and tax
collector. Mr. Editor, look up the rec
ord of my accusers. Mr. T. II. Gibson
hung on thnt pardened murderer for
information llko a leech. He was sent
over to Koolau twlco and Mr. Town
Bend once; all In the space of two
Mr. Editor, don't jou remember tho
Star coming out a year ago In great
headlines, 'Christian Holds tho Fort!"
nnd "Tho Board Will Bustnln Him,'
etc.? Well, my reverend friend broke
up my school, forcing thlrty-flvo pu
pils to attend his school (In his bed
room on the church premises).
Politics got very hot about this tlmo.
The people were told by tho reverend
ono and some unscrupulous bunco
steerers from Honolulu that they will
all have to vote tho straight Republi
can ticket. Tbo moonshiners told
them that tho people want Andrews
out of the place before thej'd leavo
the Home Rule ranks. Wonderful to
relate, I was out of Hauula after elec
tion day. Of course, I was In hot wa
ter again. A story about mo fencing
In my land with wire belonging to the
Board and my using tho Board's tooU
lor my private work Is all a base fab
rication I was told to shut up and
go to Napoopoo, nnd that light away,
too; otherwise another man would bo
found to fill tho place I was not onco
nsked tho I ml lea to mvsclf, and tho
man thnt had tho "check" to defend
mo was told to sit down and hold his
I had to take stecrago passago for
Hawaii, for It was tho middle or tho
month, nnd I had to leavo forthwith,
not even tlmo for packing bolng given
me, nor had tho "powers that be" any
consideration for my wife, who was
near her confinement, That notorious
murderer Czolgosz, oven, was given
all tho chnnce In tho world to defend
hlmsr-lf. Tho Star at tho tlmo said
that It was Vox Populi that I go hence;
yes, it was that with tho "Vox MUslon
aril" behind It,
My reputation for hot water nre-
cedjed mo to Hawaii; I told-Miss Dav
Idson or the Board that much before
I left town. But having a family to
look after, I thougut I'd try my luck.
My Irlends told mo to look out for tha
local school agent, who was Sunday
school teacher -of Napoopoo. They
told mo that she hated Catholics worse
than the devil hated holy water.
Well, Mr. Editor, the Angel Gabriel
could not have toed the mark hotter
thun I did. I considered myself fortu
nate that thero was no reverond in the
field who was after a Catholic scalp.
About this time a certain Mr. Baldwin
(normal Instructor) got within twenty
miles or my school at Napoopoo, My
assistant, Miss Kamauoha, went all
that way to attend a meeting or teach
ers. Now this Is tho way Mr. B. ac
costed her: "Well, how do you got on
with Mr. Andrews?" "Oh, quite well.
Why shouldn't I?" 'I am surprised
that you can get on with him, for ho
manes not water wherever ho goeBl"
Mr. Editor, can't you read between
tho lines how greatly he was disap
bo satisfied with my conduct towards scho1 "'and Bocond to none, and tho
her. About this time a screw fell out f.eoP' Know wt. ergo their nffeo-
of tho hinges of tho gate of tho school ' j., r m0, Tbo moro ' am malign,
yard. Children on their way to Miss , tlle more tney esteem me. When
ParlB' church kept swinging on thatt1 W?J? a klu my mother used to tell
gate until tho binges would not stand m.e to8t children and fools should not
It any longer. I kept on repairing It pla' wltl1 edged tools. "I havo not
pointed mat miss Kamauoha should
WRITES OF HIS
mnd the Sunday school children kept
on breaking It. Finally 1 gavo up fix
Ing It. Mis; Paris, the Sunday school
teacher and school agent, necr told
mo a word about that gate. But she
wiote nut sevoro charges to the Board
Pf.nlnst mo. The Board wroto back
and gave mc "Hail Columbia."
1 was letting the school premises go
to rack nnd ruin. I wns commanded
to fix that gate Immediately. 1 wrote
and nsked tho agent for tools and ma
ttrlal to repair it; I told her 'that nl
though 1 had repaired It three times
I'd fix It agnln if she would kindly tell
the Sunday school children to keep
nway from It. She never gave mo ma
terial nor tools.
'tho cottnge set apart for my pur-
pose was entirely Inadequate for
family like mlno ono kitchen, one
dining room, ono sleeping room and a
vestlbulo for nlno persons; not a lock
nor Key to tho house. When I got
there tho house was barricaded from
the inside. I had to wait soven
months for new locks and Keys. I
left tho place though, as far as living
was concerned. I was obliged to hlro
a house and lot five miles away from
my school, and nm pa) ing $110 a car
for it. Although I Informed tho Board
ol my condition, no cognlzanco was
taken of It. The school agent would
not glvo mo any tools to clean up the
yard, so as to enable her to find fault
with tho premises. When I asked for
four brooniB for my three rooms sbo
gave me but two. I taught school a
year ncro without a clock,
am discharged, my
successor has i
four new brooms, three
wheelbarrow and a shovel
Why did that Sunday school teach
er try bo very hard to handicap my
work? Because my school had fallen
way below par in Biblical questions
nnd "songs of tho soul." Such wns
tho report of tho Sunday school last
March, ergo that flimsy gate charge
What on earth do missionaries mean
by saying that public Bchools should
bo non sectarian? During my fifteen
years of work In our schools I have
found that that term, especially hero
In Kona. mentis RELIGIOUSLY PRO-
TESTANT. I'll prove it before I get
through. In South Kona you will ln
variably see a Government school next,
door to n Protestant church.
What business had Mr. Baldwin, tho
normal Instructor, to ask mo whether
I was a catholic. That was the ques-
Hon nnd tho only ono he had to ask
when ho got to Nnpoopoo. Ho had no
suggestions tn mnu mir fnni i n-j
while ho was with my Bchool. When
he got to tho next ono (Hnnniinnnt
whore I live and where I have a dauch.
ter attending school, he had a great
deal to nav nlinni mv chr.,,1 ti...
nln a. It.. . .. ' .
i,.u ui i.uuuuiiuu are nearly an uath
ollcs, while those of Napoopoo. where
i iuukih scnoot, nro all Presbyterians. V. "" "" ..uumiiuu my con
Now I am witness to tho fact that tho d,lct to tu0 Publlc- The peoplo of Nn
pooplo of Honaunati had to. for one P?"?00 are up in arms, so are thoh
wholo year, put up with a lot of In-, ',onaunau, on account or the shame
suits. Theso Catholic children had to ' fuI treatment I am at present reculv
submit for half an hour daily to Pres-1 B" " ' nin not m'8lakcn. our Into
bjterlan catechising. Tho Bible was ,nuic" lamented President told Hon
dally read and expounded by tho Bcckley, ". . . Remember. It is
principal. D. K. Baker. Our nrntoJ i 1 10 I'EOPLB that rulo!" How is it
v., uiu uuaru wero iirnnrpd in mnrv
Instance, Receipt of tho petition was
not even acknowledged. Now- when
uaiuwin got to this (Honnunau)
school, I followed him, for I nm very
much Interested In the religion my
daughter Is tn fnllnu- In niinr iir..
wns slcTTand tired of tho Calvlnl'stlc
rot my llttlo girl was bringing homo hltcd four of tho most prominent
oicry evening. Tho parents congre-lwca of H" placo up to my school and
gated near the school houso when showed them thd condition I wns In
Baldwin got thero. But he tired them No tools, no clock and ono room want
out nnd mado them wait until after .'"K a teacher. I wroto again to tho
1 o clock: of course, most nf them
went home. Somo few, however. ro -
malncd, I among others. What did tho
man cio, but turn mo out doors. Ho
would listen to no comnlalnts. wiiv
not? Of course, because tbo DlalntlrTs
wero Catholics. What rieht hnvo ?
Catholics to a fair hearing? But when
the Rev. Manase or Molokal and his
church people had their Innings how
carefully everything was silted out.
And again when tho Rev. Ntitiblwa, the
ex-Judgo and tbo pardoned murderer
had mo convicted and evicted, why
the Inspector camo down to Koolau
threo times, and tho last tlmo he staid
iiucu uiy mem onu nau mo truant lor it. J bellevo the honorablo Super
otHcer corral oveiy Tom, Dick and Intendcnt or Public Instruction got his
Harry and retch them to tho school
house. Every ono wns given a chnnco
to Bpcak, oxcopt tho policeman, bo
cause, unfortunately, ho had n good
word for mc. Ho was told to sit down.
(Ho was a Catholic; so am I.)
Mr. Editor, two months ago I paid a
visit to my old stamping grounds nt
Hauula. Why, I literally had that
reverend Blr nnd tho murderer on their
knees begging mo to excuse tbolr con
duct and asking mo to como back
again, ino exjuuge was beyond ro-ithnt bo" nro something awful. I havo
tlrrnption that tlmo; ho was in a compiled with section 21 of tho school
tllooilng scrapo. They tolcf me that laws ot 1890; It sajs: Any person do
tho 150 and tho demijohns or okolo-, siring to establish a prlvato school,
hao did all that harm to mo. shall mnko an application in writing
When our Honaunati. pcoplo saw 'to that effect to tho school agent of
thnt Mr. Baldwin approved ot Illblo the district In which It Is .lenlrml tn e.
teaching during school hours, they
had tho audacity to nsk Mr. B. to
havo mo appointed to this (Honaii
nau) school. That roused Mr. Il.'s Iro.
Ho told tho peoplo tnoy did not know
what thoy were asking for, for An
drews was a very bad man, who caus
ed trouble wherover bo went. His
school at Napoopoo wns a dirty bolo to become a teacher of tho school pro
and that place was given to him bo- posed, tbo Department SHALL Issue
cause ho was an IgnoramuB and that a permit authorizing the establish-
nicy woum oo sorry ror having asked
to havo mo annolnted. etc. II tnlrl
tho people furthermore that Mr. Bakor
was well educated, wbb a schoolmate
of his at Punahou; ho could not find
words good and eloquent enough to
praise Baker, who. by tho wav. la nn
especial protege of Miss Paris, and
now and then teaches singing in her
Tho petition orthe peoplo of Honau
nati got up was signed by fitly eicnt
persons. Mr, B, says I got it up. I
positively deny It and ask him kindly
to provo it. When tho peoplo ot No-
poopoo got wind ot the Honaunau petl-
tlon, they got one up, too, with forty-
two signatures. Now that makes 100
names in my favor. I'll havo mv
one enemy at Napoopoo nor at llnnau
nan. Miss Paris and Mr. Baldwin have.
thrown tho boomerang, now keep your
north o)e open and Iook out for run.
A vcar is not an eternity. They hava
taken bread nnd butter from my wife
nnd children; I still own a voice and
a pen, nnd I am tho Idol of tho people
I'll glvo vou somo moio stories nbout
Knnn, and J on town pcoplo will come,
to tho conclusion that you havo no
reasons to complain ot missionary
rule, and oppression.
. Mr. Editor, ptense don't say "baiLi"
)et. A little more and I am through;
I want to tell vou how I ramo to be
discharged, and of my plans for the
Last June my school became mi
crowded 1 was obliged to ask tho
school agent to turn my cottage. Into
a classroom, and sho had four or fly
benches about twelve feet long made
for tha third room. Then I wroto to
the Board and nsked for anothor as
sistant. I even mentioned a Biiltabl"
party. Tho Board did not condescend
tn answer me. I thereupon went td
Honolulu, and although 1 had a very
had .leg, on account of having had to
walk ten miles to comply vviln my
school duties dally, I went tn the
Board of Education threo times, but
could never succeed in getting an In
terview. It was always, "Walt just a
minute." That minute was over an
hour in every cobo. I concluded to g
home. I saw there was a willful at.
lc,nlt l0 'B110 ,ne' my school and my
now what on earth was tho object
In allowing mo a thlr- room when
they would not allow mo another
teacher? After I got back from Ho
nolulu, Miss Paris proclaimed In her
church that Andrews was dismissed
liom tho teaching force, I wrote to
cr asking her whether that was true
Sho wroto back stating "that the
South Konn appointments bad not yet
uccn made." Why, then, should she
Hn,l 't necessary to speak of me at
uer church? About this tlmo the
Hoard wroto me a letter and told mo
,,int H'o lady members of tho Bnird
""' P'ty on my family and that thu
would continue mo nt tho Napoopoo
vchool. but I would have to promise
(to bo very submissive and respectful
Mls,s !ar,B alul ,0 XIr- Haldwin I
l ,,ollovo ,hnt tho lady member
lln(1 nny ),ljr on ray family, for Just a
V" "K0 J,r8- 1,n" wanted mo ousted
!? ,', ""-ans; It was Mr. Harry V.
Holt that kept mo In my nlacc. (Vide,
"sar" of a year ago, when tho racket
."as ruiiy ou). I hnvo never been !
,cPectful nor Insubordlnato to Miss
. " l8 tnlc' ' lmN0 n;vcr cringed
and crouched beforo her. Let her nrn.
llllpn ml ,1larna,n.tf.,l iIiuiiihmI.
r - -.m...... uauwuiib m
, r, and let B candid public Judge or
thnt 100 men and women aro so utter
ly blind as not to seo tho different e
between right nnd wrong? Can It be
possible thnt they are all in tho
wrong, and that Miss Paris and Mr
Baldwin (two against ono hundred)
When I 'got back from Honolulu I
Board, on recommendation of thonn
four men, nnd respectfully asked for
tools and clocks. I wound up by say
ing that I had found It necessary tn
put a "Miss" In tho third room pend
ing tho approval of the Board.
That capped the climax, By rottirn
or mall I got the 'Grand Bounce" for
insubordination and disrespect. Ono
of Miss Paris' boarders was Instanter
appointed in my place, and my fam
ily and I were landed on the roadside.
My dischargo took effect on receipt
of letter from the Board. Tho Board
still owes mo backpay; but wo poor
teachers ore told to yell'ourselvcs blue
back-pay, 1 nm sure ho docs not need
it nioro man I do mine.
Last Juno tho peoplo or Napoopoo
gavo a limit In m honor: I had thun
completed my twenty fifth year ns
teacher. Now they nto drawing their
children both from -o Napoopoo and
Honaunati schools and want mo to
open up n private school. I havo
started In, on my prlvato school, to
day, but tbo hue and cry and throats
and thunderbolts from tho "nowurs
tabllsh such school, which application
shall be accomnnnlod bv a menmrtni
from tho parents and guardians or tho
children Intending to attend such
school, slatlug that the applicant Is
tho person or their cholco for a teach
er of th'clr children. If tho applicant
possesses tho necessary qualifications
rnent or such school.
I hnvo hnndod in mv nnnllentlnn nn.t
tho memorial required yesterday, and
I nm going to begin today, for I hold
a Life Diploma from tho Board, I will
keep you Informed of their antics,
iney novo Knocked me down; now
mey win kick mo In tho bnrcnln.
Nothing 1b too low nnd contemntiblo
for them. It would bo tho delight of
uicir wicKeu neans to see my llttlo
ones starve on tho streets. Thoy will
do all In their power to choko off my
prlvato school. My prlvato school
will dcmorallzo two public schools,
possibly throe, I'll havo more children
than I can shake a stick at.
Tho people want mo and not Miss
Paris' boarder tn tnlto rhnr nf n.n
Napoopoo school. 'The Honaunau peo-
pie want a teacher that Is qualified,
ono who kcops regular school hours,
does not sleep during class hours, and
who does not listen to Miss Paris
when she tells him to knock off school
and go down to her church to teach
The A. R. Bremer Co's
961 People Who Obtained Free
Sample Bottles of Coke
Dandruff Cnre at
Hundreds of people who obtained a
Free Sample of Coke Dandruff Cure
it the Hiihron Drug Cn.'s, In Honolulu,
on November 3 nnd 1, mnko their re
ports. Ail but ten have either been entirely
cured or greatl) benefited. Many of
those who reported live In districts
outside of Honolulu. They report thnt
Clio Dandruff Cure has created a sen
sation In their communities; In fact,
we have- reason to believe thnt wher-efe-r
the Honolulu newspapers circu
late the' public test thnt the A. R.
Ill enter Cnmpauv have mado In this
city has been closely watched.
Many letters ate received dally
which Indicate clearly tho Interest be
ing taken. Men and women who have
been troubled for )ears with Dandruff,
Falling Hair and anno Ing Scalp Irri
tations, for which they could find no
dire are rejoiced to know theie Is
piiltlvel n' cure for thorn.
Head the praise given Coke Band
ruff Cure from cltlrcns of Honolulu
an I vleiull.
Sunday school lomns to tho congrega
tion. Se-etlon 17 of the school laws savs:
'All si hooU Khali be presided over by
nimlltled teathcis. ' Thero ato fifteen
teacher In South Kona; out of this
number there nre but throo that hold
certificates of nny kind, A poor flower-vender
of Honolulu henre that If ho
goes to the Napoopoo church he Is as
sured of his dally bread. Ho comes
over here and, lo and behold! he be
comes principal of the Honaiinau
nhool at .'; a month, no nunlinea-
tlon, no normal tralnlngjio certificate
requited. But I dont sec why ho
should not get a certificate, being a
great friend of tho school ngent and
a schoolmate of Mr, Baldwin. Perhaps
that would be too glaring, for every
one' knows that Baker can not wiito
out even a school release.
I may be- In prison before ou get
this, for stalling a private school, but
what nf that? Our American iudces
and our Grand Juries aro not going
tu have me treated unjustly. A jear
ago the DoatiMct Rev. Mr. Nuuhiwa
brenk up m school at Koolau and
Keep a private school; they would not
help me in the least. That prlvato
school was not molested for over a
n onth. They had not complied with
section 21. as we haves But I will not
budge an luh. Ill keep a stiff upper
up. in let ou i.uiiw next week, per
imps from the Itookettn prison. Mi.
Baldwin telephoned over rrom HIlo
telling Biker not to release nny of his
children to go to my school until ho
mines over here in December. Wo
have applied fot a tcli-nno, but could
j.ot obtain any. We hnvo ilono our
duty and compiled with the law. W
claim "equality bufuro tint law." Why
Miould those- inooimhlncrH with their
revmeod head havo been treated with
so much taffy In Koolau, and now we
hero In Kona (law abiding citizens as
we are) be treated so scornfully? Aro
the cases not alike? No. quite dif
ferent. In Koolau the people wanted
mo "out." and here they want me In.
I thank )ou very much for jour kind-noi-rt.
Put this in print as soon as
possible and send me a copy by next
mall on the 19th.
MUSIG 1 Willi
Dr. Thomas, agent of the Boston
Concert Compiny, now plajlng In HIlo,
has been In Wulluku to Ing to get for
ts -five men to guarantee 1450 toward
the expense of bringing the company
here. The company Intended to give
two concerts In the Wallukti school
house (the best phue procurable for
the purpose), and If they receive mora
thun $150 during the two entertain
ments. th forty-five progressive men
ot Wulluku will each save tbclr $10.
The list has been filled already, und
Dr. Thomas promises that the first
entertainment In Wulluku will be on
Saturday, November 30. Since Wal
luku has been treated to low class the
atricals 'on several occasions, play
goers In and around Wallukti hava
made up their minds to nttend these
Jilgh class concerts, and no doubt large
audiences will greet the company on
Theie was a good attendance nt the
meotlng or the Hawaiian Mission Chll
ilien'a Society In Kawalnlmo Seminary
Sattnday evening. After the regular
tontine luislncs hud been attended to,
Ml3s Muttle Chamberlain read several
letters from members on vat Ions purls
of the globe. rt. O, ii. Giilick lenit
a vt-rj interesting letter fiom nls
brother who is now In Spain. Mis.
McC'ull-Hlgglns gavo some Intel est
ing reminiscences or old Honolulu. A
committee or seven wns appointed for
the purpose of making arrangements
for the celebration of the fiftieth nnnl
versurj or the society which will take
place next June. A report will be made
nt the January meeting nnd then the
matter will receive rurther uttentlon.
During the meeting, selections were
rendered b the girls of the Beralnary.
NEXT PRIZE DRILL.
The annual prize drill of the Na
tional Guard of Hawaii will bo held on
the anlvcrsary of Washington's Illrth
thy, February .'. This was the deci
sion arrived ut by the officers nt their
meeting in tho bungalow Sunday fore
noon. It Is likely that there will be
nvo companies in the contest as ar
rangements are being made to bring
i "ere. aii or me companies have
nireuily begun uetlve work. The cup
ib uuw in possession or cjo. r who won
It In the prize drill of last vear. This
cup must bo won threo times by the
buiiiu company uerorc It becomes the
property or suth company. This Is the
reason why Company F Is so anxious
to win this year.
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