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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T , THURSDAY, MAY 23. 1962
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EDUCATE AMERIGANS IN AMERICA
Dy JOHN W. HOYT, Chairman National University Committee.
The will of Cecil Rhodes was Indeed ot the sciences Although It would ho
both "unique' ' Anil ' magnificent , Injustice to many to pronounce tno
Uut I most emphatically reject the certainty of their ImTilblng maxims not
proposition that on these accounts It congenial to republicanism, It mult
' cannot bo criticized ' or "too strongly nevertheless be admitted that a serious
praised" 'danger Is encountered by sending
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Cecil Rhodes gained the vast fortune
which made such gifts possible under
the protection of British aggression
and exploitation In South Africa
Secondly there , Is unmtstnkable
evidence thnt this bequest Is not so
much In tho Interest of education It
self ns it Is part of a scheme to dc
Amcrlcanlze, as far as possible, a
sprinkling of our most promising
youth. In nil the ears to come
It was Intended to bring about by
sstematlc method the very thing fear
ed by Washington, when in his letter
to Governor Ilrooke of Virginia, In
1795. ( oncoming his plans for a nation-
Telephone . . .
MAY Jit. 1902
The calls for relief Jrom the advo
cates of Cuban relief nru thus far ol
The next thing v,e know Morgan
will lie starting a merger of Martinique
those who have not well learned the
value of their own."
And hence It was that, when tho
Rhodes bequest was announced, tho
multitudes who not only sympathlzo
with these views of Washington, but
have earnestly labored for tho estab
lishment of a purely' graduate univer
sity nt Washington, D. C , that should
both keep our thousands of graduates
at homo and nlso lead tho world In ed
ucatlon, were filled with surprise and
Is not America, now the foremost of
the nations, nble to educate her youth
nay, the foremost of her graduates
on American soil and to make her col
al university, he sntd: ,
'It Is with Indescribable regret that leges and universities supreme?
I have seen the outh of the United rosly we hnve several Institutions su
States migrating to foreign countries pcrior to Oxford, and only lack tho
In order to acquire the higher branches proposed crowning "University of tho
of erudition and to obtain a knowledge United States."
M fci ra mi r.o Ma Pa P-s Pit fa rua na r-a r Us Pa P-a Pa Pa Ka Pa Pa Si Pa pa Pa
FACTS OF EWA SUGAR MAKING RECORD
Poultry - Supplies
Editor Evening Bulletin I beg out Owing to having such large crops of
Suiator Carter believes In harmo
ny. That s whnt ever) one agrees to,
provided there Is no hntehct In It.
will give me space 10 reply to "11 i Jn
Munchausen s" Utter whlih appeared
In our paper of the 2Cth Inst In my
last letter re Ewa and Olan I replied
to "One Willing to Learn ' and pur
poscl) omitted relcrrlng to "Baron
While genial Tom Pitch Is wnitlug
for his mine to develop It Is not to
be supposed he will neglect the spend
It Is a question which Is the most
distressing, the Martinique disaster or
the (.(Torts ot wiso scientists to tell
how It happened.
Now the Indignant residents of Mn
noa threaten to go after that bull with
popguns Instead of pltihTorks What
Jo there will be In the courts If the
wrong bull gets the tillct.
Corliss and his entile bill Is a con
stant Congressional quantltj, but as
there Is a cable now under construc
tion that fills the bill. It Is not likely
Congress will spend much time over
Senator Carter believes the Repub
Ucans should have a representative In
Washington during the Congressional
session, and immediately the commu
nlty begins to wonder whom George
Prince Henry had such a good tlmo
among Americans that the Kaiser nlm
self Is enthused with the Idea of tak
ing an outing. The German-American
sentiment Is thus gaining a strong
hold In the roal family.
enne per aire, the cane as a rulo con
talus a lesser per cent of sugar than
where smaller crops are grown, and
therefore It tnkes more cane to mako
a ton of sugar.
If "U M will turn to a V Renton's
repoit he will find the following un-
Munchausen or the mnu who Bpolte Her tno Heading of ".Mill Hoport".
of the oval eggs or peihnps It was oval "Tho heavy rains of the preceding
irjstals, bemuse I cousldcied his or-, winter retarded the ripening of cane
tide more in the light of n ioke. and m that during tho earlier month of
has been used for twenty throe jears In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODER8
because It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only truo
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders nro mndo of tho best lum
ber In tho world, tint every other article used In their construction
is of the highest grnde, and tl crcforo these "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Broodirn occupy tho samo relative position
to nil other Incubators and Breeders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It is worth J our while to rtnd In our late catalogue "A Bit ot
Incubator History." You may havo'n cataloguo free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
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AgcntH for the Territory ol llnwalt
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
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Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
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Nowell Universal Mill Co. (National
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N. Ohlnndt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipo Covering.
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Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime end
No raoro appropriate place can be
found for Hawaii s fire claims than the
Urgent Deficiency bill It Congress
nun dont believe It let them buy up
a few of the notes which the disaster
of l'JOO forced upon the community
All observers agree that King Al
fonso was vtr calm when assuming
tho Important caie ot state If ho
can cool off the political atmosphere
of his country ho will 'have Just claim
to being the greatest ruler Spain has
also bemuse- I fallod to see what bu
bad to do with the questions nt issue.
As he hns now wrlttiu another letter
on the subject In nn altogether differ
nit tone of voice" I feel In duty bound
to auswer It nnd try to enlighten tho
public on the grossl) msilcndlng state
mints lu his letter.
If "Baron Munchausen" would only
explain things as he must know they
ought to be explained It would enabla
the public to grasp tho true meaning
of .re quality of work done at Ewa in
dead of a false one.
Evvas first mill Jmco for last K'."
was 37 S purity and the mixed Jul-o,
e. the total Juice entering the boil
ing muse to be treated, was SG 35 pu
rity. Now to this Juice, after liming.
we nlded all our rcmclted low grade
cigars which had a purity of SI. This
of course pulled down the purity of the
whole Juice to about 85, and it is this
Juice now that we have to consider.
After clnrlficntlou this juice was rais
ed in purity to SS 58, showing a rise
In purity of 3 58 This surely shows
very pood clarification, a fact that
Baron Munchausen denies.
Now this clarified Juice before en
tering the evaporator Is mixed with
the Juices coming from tho filter
presses which had a purity of 80.28.
The srup resulting had a purity of
87 51 Does any Intelligent cugar man
i all this poor work? I think not.
Again, "H M " states that although
Cwas cane was better than that of
neighboring plantation, Ewa took ruoru
cnuo to make a ton of sugar than did
this neighboring plantation "B M
knew when he wrote this that hn was
deliberately following In tne footsteps
of Ananalas and wilfully tr)lng to mis
Itad the public, ns on looking at tho
two reports he will sec that the per
centage of sugar In Ewa's cane to bo
Suppose every man In tne town docs
bang out a shingle as a lawyer, does
not ability, like virtue, bring Its own
reward? Members of such a great and
noble profession ought to maintain
such a high standard that the shysters
nnd pretenders will not have a ghost
uf a show.
The report Is now sent out that Lew
1b Nixon withdrew from Tammany be
causo some $300,000 appropriated for
the laBt campaign cannot be account
ed for. It Ib not surprising If the Tam
many braves are found o have raided
their own treasury after being turned
out of the business of stealing from
grinding, the quantity required to
make one ton of sugnr was mueh great
cr thnn iisunl This, of course, has a
direct bearing on losses In manufac
ture When however, It Is remember-1
ed that the Immense crop of 32,840'
tons covered tin months In mnnufnc-l
turc, thnt the rollers of the crushing
apparatus were worn smooth beforo
grinding commenced. Hint thero wnsj
no interval between the seasons of
1900 nnd 1901 for overhauling machl
tier, thnt upon the completion of the
crop of 1901, the mill had been grind
Ing Incessantly for two enrs, nnd that,
to top It all, the new mill was being
erected, with nil tho drawbacks It en
tailed, the fact that such a large quan
tlty of material was dally ddlvcred at
tho mill, and that the manufacturing
losses were not greater, reflects great
credit on an efficient staff, both In field
I would like to go Just a little fur
ther and tell "U. M." that, owing to
the erection of the new building, wo
were working for months without a
roof over our heads; all our cooler
cars for No 3 massccuito were out
slilo In a temporary building so far
avva from the vacuum pans that the
masscultc was nearly cold before It
reached the cars, and a thousand and
one difficulties thnt only thoso work
ing on the spot can have any Idea of,
and, notwithstanding nil this, tho
losses in the Evvn mill boiling houso
were less than those of any other mill
on this Island.
"Baron Munchausen ' thinks possibly
Ewn mny hnve taken a great leap for
waid In tho Inst few months Let me
Inform "B M " thnt such Is leally the
case, especially for the last nix weeks
Blnce tho entire now mill was put Into
operation At tho end of this jonr "II.
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children If ou would have the na
tion " Who is as potent In this great
work as the women of tho nation, and
who has done more to advance Chris
tianity nnd civilization In this new
world than tho women of this coun
We hope that thero Is a mistake In
tho statistics upon which these
charges aro based and that every
woman In the lnnd will do her part
tovard a contradiction of this mortify
l.ig charge Let us stnnd a hollil phn
lanx ngalnst the Introduction of dia
toms nntngonlstlc to those uf our own
country, which wo hope may ever bo
unslstcnt with mortality
Let others scoff our puritanical so
cltty If they will, we aro bound to ro
vero them If we expect to continue ns
tho leading nation In the progress of
uio w oiki
'Continued from page 1.)
13 S3 whilst that of the neighboring ivork don by the Now Ewa Mill ond
plantation Is CSC Surely the per-. Hie Old Ewn Mill when wo hope he will
ccntnge of sugar In the enno has got upologlzo for talking about things ho
something to do with the amouut of know not of EWA.
cane It tnkes to make a ton of sugar.' Ewa Mill, May 28th. 1902.
SMART SET f. CHAMPAGNE & TEMPERANCE
By MRS. JOHN A. LOGAN.
Bishop Willis has left for new fields.
Unfor'unate as It may be. the fact re
mains that this community Is not in a
proper state of mind to pay the BUa
op the tribute which Is his Just duo.
W Ills had his peculiarities. He hvl
his faults, but the time will come wh.i
he will bo credited with building up a
chinch which he Is now charged wl.n
keeping In a turmoil.
If the good bishop of Delaware Is
correct In charging an Increase ol
drunkenness among American women,
It Is a sad and humiliating revelation
While In a democratic society there
should be no class distinctions,) et in a
more or less legitimate spirit we clas
sify the people and speak of the "bet
ter class," the "upper strata," th
' Bmart set" and the "excluslveB."
Now. according to the reports, It
appears that tho most alarming in
tiease of drunkenness Ib among the
'imart set." That means, among the
"champagne set " There ran be no
doubt that the shortest and surest
i mite to Intemperance Is along the
It Is claimed that many a lady, who
would Bcorn as low and vulgar the
Iter mug, dandles In her Jewelled
band the aristocratic wine glnss, spark
ling with Its "extra dry" Tho excit
ing, stimulating and unsuallzlng in
Pncnce ot champagne Ib far greater
and more dangerous than that ot ale
or beer Hence tho rapid spread ol
Intemperance among tho wealthier
women and the society set.
If It be true that drinking Is on the
declined among educated men, even
among professional men. lawyers
invalids and even
If the" lire claims aro not to T,e paid
by Congress It Is difficult to under
stand how the Territorial Government
cun I fford to pay out good money for
street widening from whleh a private
corpoi.ilton will receive the principal
Uneflt The Rnpld Transit Compans i statesmen nnd pli)slclntis no less man save American manhood rrom tno lies
Wiillikl extension will be a great con-1 nmong men of science nnd letters tho tlalliy of drunkenness
Kile mill supernriui nit pi-upiu wuu , mi uiuuu ui unr iiiiniumi- iimi'&iry,
But the greatest evil to be feared
from women's Intemperance Is Its cor
ruptlng Influence upon the young men
The whole standnrd of Boctal morals
Is threatened when woman becomes
the tempter and offers the wine to
our American youth, and even dial
lenges a young man's courage If he
refuse tho cup.
It should be sufflilent for American
womanhood forever to repent ot that
a woman at a wedding feast tempted
Edgar Allan Poo to break tho pledgo
he had then but recently taken. From
tho wedding feast he plunged Into a
debauch which ended only In his death
and in the eclipse of America h bu
preme poetic genius.
Enough, sorrow and shame hava
come Into woman's life through man's
Intemperance to prevent tho well bred
American wives and mothers, sisters
land daughters from placing tempta
tlons beforo our )oung men, which
ma) turn them toward tho gutter and
turn the womanhood of the future Into
homes ot drunkenness and lives ot
I Tako up once more the now neglect
cd but ever rational and potent meth
od of moral suasion nnil nppenl to the
conscience, prldo and virtue of Ameil
tan womanhood to save Itself and to
Tho collector of this poit has receiv
ed the following circular from the
Treasury Department regarding the
searching of personal baggngo:
To Collectors and other Chief Ofllccrs
of tho Customs:
The department Is In receipt of a
number of letters which Indicate an
Impression, on the part ot some per-1
Juries Tho gafT of the Nocnu support
ing the burden lino extended over tho
Irmgard's deck, being braced with
gti)s fastened fore and aft to the steam,
er Itself. No part ot the hoisting gear
was attached to the Irmgard
Llbellunt was on tho barkentln's
roll when he saw- the first slinglond o(
Eiigar about to be hoisted out ot the
hold of the Nocau, but beforo tho sling.
load enmo up through the hutch ho
Jumped down off the rail nnd proceed
'cd to walk forward on tho port side
When he hud gone 13 feet away from
the Irmgard's hatch he hcaul someone
call out suddenly, "Hold on, hold on"
Thereupon he turned to look nnd saw
the sllngload of sugar descending upon
him and not over three feet nvvay. Hi!
cmVnvorcd to avoid being struck by
fcald sllngload but was unable to do so,
and In the words of the complaint,
"snld sllngload struck this llbellant and
knocked him down, made him Insensi
ble, severely bruised his shoulder, arm
nnd breast, and broke his leg In two
places below the knee."
Tho carelessness of the defendant Is
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cnstlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Oeo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co.. Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co , Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus SpreckelB Vice President
W. M. Gltrnrd.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Tress, and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
UFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN.
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM.
PANY OF HARTFORD.
sons nt least, that It Is proposed to represented In detail as consisting ol
examine personal baggage only when "" manner In which the guyllncs were
suspicion Is aroused. , lasieneu to tne gnu, so mat tne gart
This Is erroneous. There must be no
relaxation In the protection of the pub
lic revenues, and the smuggler must
have no easier road to travel than prior
to the Usuancc ot the recent circulars.
The sole object ot the modlllcntlons oi
the rules was to avoid petty annoy
ances and to give a Bomewhat mote
was allowed to swing out of Its proper
position and cause tho sllngload to de
scend upon the llbellant.
Besides tho severe physical pain
from his injuries, ho was put Into
great mental distress from anxiety lest
ho should lose his right leg and thus
become unable cither to earn his llve-
dnd nothing for their brains to do are
vcui'Mue; the compnny is giving a
ilist class service, but wnen territorial ., ,, .. f c tlms of every tempta
n one1) is as tight ns at present, tho tlnn to licentiousness
business community can bo better That tho so called "smart set " who
served than by the pnvmenl of money Zi'S'lTZ -
for what Is not nn linmedlnto necea et ug cat nni, (lrl)k for lom0riow
Bit; we dlo," soon degenerate Into Bensti
of whom we nre all bo proud should
rlso against such a departme from
their high standard of purity In worn
nn They felt the responsibility ol
wlfo nnd motherhood, and were the
helpmates and guaidlan angels of our
1 It has been trill) said, "Save the
provisions for the admission ot per
gonal effects. Neither the declaration
nor actual personal Inspection will be
waived, nor will the courtesy of the
port be extended to persons (other
than those specified In Department Cir
cular No. 20 of March E, 1901), In such
manner as to exempt from declaration
Let the law be enforced kindly but
firmly, and let no favoritism be shown
In the administration of the customs
LESLIE M. SHAW,
liberal construction to tho statutory Ihood or assist In the support of hU
parents anu lamny, l.iucuani runner
shows that from January 30 until May
6 he was confined to the Queen's hos
pital, that tho Injury to his right lea
has made It about one-half Inch short
er than his left leg, that tho right leg
Is not straight and Its bones are not
properly Joined, and that ho Is still
. compelled to have assistance while
wanting, since January su no nas not
received any wages or other pay, and
all ot his time since then has been lost.
And further ho shows that since Jan
uary 30 his earning capacity has been
totally destroyed, and ho Is not able
toutato when, If at all, his former earn
ing capacity will bo restored.
"Whereby ami by reason of all tho
premises," tho complaint states, "said
llbellant has suffered and sustained
damage In the Bum and amount of
J10 000 together with tho sum of J2IU
wages kibt to the llbellant by rcabon ol
said lnJiiilcR. '
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co.. Onomea Suear r.n
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
juanee sugar uo.ualeakala Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, ChSs. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
Claus Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Sprcckels & Co.
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NIxon'H BucccttHor Is Selected.
New York, May 21. Tho executive
committee of Tammany Hall tonight
voted In fuvor of tho naming of n trl
uravlrato to manngo tho affalrB of tho
organization In place ot a slnglo lead
cr Tho trluinvliato selected was
Charles Murphy, chairman, Daniel
Me.Miihon nnd Louis V SalTon, presi
dent of Bronx Boiough. Tho chnliman
of this triumvirate becomcB practical
ly the leaders of tho organization In
tho place of Lewis Nixon, who has Just
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