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. . i tur" f the day Is not worthy of ntten-
Stanford I'nivcrslty. Jan. 10 Official, lion, that modern philosophy Is the
announcement was made today of new'creel f brutality, and that tho new
regulations governing the admission of 'J11001 f "naturalism" Is undermining
noiuen students to the university. Ow-
..j, in me KiuwiiiK pressure upon mo
too limit established In the amended
founding grant of the university. It is
being found necessary to draw the lints
closer, and no women "special stud-
tnta" are now admitted at all. The
new regulations establish a nailing
.Ust, from which candidates will be
admitted In the order of precedence,
' The Important clauses ot the order Is-
vucd today follow:
'JQraduatcs of this university and of
nnlursltles of equivalent standing will
be admitted without previous nppllca-
tlon. Women once admitted to the
university will be allowed without fur-
ther application to continue until grnd-
nation, or so long as scholarship anil
conduct are satisfactory, lint plaiei
win iiui l-o iieiu lor women siuuems
after the tegular registration days, ex-
lepi uy permission or the committee
on registration granted In advance.
"For the remaining number of
uoraen students permitted by
founding grant (for August, liiOU,
ILTZIJ:"!1 ?J?,1 ',!!,!i
the proposed time of entrance and the
to offer. To Insure consideration, ap
plications must be formally renewed
within ten months of the proposed date
of entrance monks for application
way bo obtained of tho registrar.
W'A numbered list will be begun on
n, pmw,.,i .;,;, ;;.; "v.r .. :
me nrst usy of July. Only those can
ntion, or recommendation, or both
nave ncen granted fifteen entrance
units). If more than tho designated
number present complete credentials
on this date the order will bo deter
mined by following, as far as practic
able, the original order of application.
After July Ut candidates will be listed
In the order of application (mcompa-
nieu by complete credentials). When
two or more nre receUed at the same
time th aorifli nr.inr um i... .i. i
In the snrae manner as before. On reg
istration day candidates will be pre
ferred In their serial order After reg
istration day the serial order of can
didates actually present will bo ob
served. "Vacancies In January may be llllc.l
from a numbered list to be begun on
tho first day of October preceding."
Uldates will be listed' whose credentials J"'""-'" h "' Interpret life
nre complete (that Is, who on eamln V c".nl.f "an"y aDd BaDC"ty' f Uty
TO MUCH NATURAL!: M
Chicago, Dec. S8. That much lltcra-
the moral foundations of society, wern
tnmi nt Ihn ftnmtnatnna rf n. I.'mll n
mrsch In an address before tho Hull
House Woman's Club yesterday. Dr.
"Man Is much the same as he was a
thousand years ago. Tho samo cl
wcnI passions, ambitions and nppo-
",e" ontain. Tiicy are the samo ns
lho"e of tno aulmals. Science has
urougni us to realize tnis, and our
t't'el' ',l(o "10 workshop of nature has
.bad a tendency to brutalize humanity.
"Our knowledge that man Is only
one of tho company of brutes has led
rmall men to teach that man In all
things Is merely a brute. In their do
tire to unify tho world thov havo iuniD.
ed nt tho conclusion that man Is no
dlffvient from tho other creatures thnt
tenant the earth. In their passion to
snow mm ns a Denst, philosophers and
authors have reveled In vice und do-
pravlty, calling It realism,
"Society Is drifting without n com'
MIM. It (ft n norlnil nt trnnalHnn flif.
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old canons are gouo and tho now ones
hnvo not Vlt hoon found. Tim Intput
Announcement of modern philosophy Is
." u do what you want to.
"" "on' s "ukm at it. it yon do.
Commit suicide. In this philosophy
of brutality you have an explanation
(or tho fact that literature always
paints life as a strugglo between tho
orccs of desire and duly,
"Never boforo In the history of tho
world was there so great a need for
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New moon Jan. 24th at 6:38 a. m.
The tides at kakulul and till eccur
boat an hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh XOm
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Grrenwlsh, Oh Om.
Thursday, January 25,
Stmr. W. 0. Hall, Gregory, from
Knual ports, 11:15 p. in., with 5810 bag
Friday, January 2C.
V. 8. A. T, Logan, Stlnsen, from Ma
nlta, 10:30 a. ru.
Stmr. Slauno Ioa, Slmcrson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports, 9:15 n m
Stmr. Nllhnu, W. Thompson, from
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Thursday, January 25.
P. M. 8. S. China, Frlelc, for San
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Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
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Stmr. Kauai, llruhn, for Haw-all
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U. S. A. T. Logan, Stensen, for San
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A.-1I. S. S. XcbrasLan, Wcedon, from.
The Manila Cablencws of January
3d publishes tho following account of
tho contract bids In which the local
firm of Lord & Ilelser was Interested:
Matsen, Lord & Ilelser
Company $1,040,000 00
Shau-IIatcher Company.. 1,000,000 00
Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific
Company 1,078,000 00
J. G. White and Company. 1,202,000 00
Delinnr W. Smith, for three sections
only, and Pc-abody and Company for
tteel pipe only.
These were the bids received for the
construction of Manila's new water
supply system yesterday by tho mu
nlclpal board and opened as the clock
In anticipation of tho opening of the
bids the session hall of tho board was
irowdcd and everyone listened anx
iously to hear tho figures of the six of
fers but no figures were made known
nor could they bo obtained cither from
the members of the board or the chief
engineer or the city engineer. The fig
ures as given above, while not official,
vro computations mado out by the var
ious bidders and arc, In round numbers
the sum totals of the bldB. Tho bid o
J. G. Whlto and Company contained n
proviso that should the firm secure the
contract for the whole work the sum
of $100,000 would bo deducted from the
bid. This would still leave It the high
est bid of tho four who bid on the basl
of the whole Job.
Almost at tho last moment the
band of $70,000 demanded was deposit
ed by tho Shaw-Datcher Company, tho
fact being rahled to Manila by tho bu
reau of Insular affairs. When tho bldB
had been all opened nnd their details
read out, P. O. McDonnell moved that
all tho bids bo referred to Major Jas.
F. Case, tho chief engineer of tho now
water and sewer system for his peru
sal, examination and report.
It has not yet been clodded whether
tho wholo contract shall be) given to
tho lowest bidder, It being optional
with tho city to nward It In that mnn
ncr or In sections. Should tho lowest
bidder secure It and tho work all bo
undertaken by tho ono firm thero Is
no doubt that tho city would bo tho
gainer In tho end and thero would be
no danger of delays In ono contractor
getting his work completed before tho
other was finished. It would also en.
tall less likelihood of law suits be
tween the parties to the work of con
struction to decide knotty points of
right and wrong. What will be dono
In the matter will not bo known for
sovernl days, though In all probability
tho Matson, Lord & Ilelser Company,
whoso representatives havo been on
tho field for several weeks and havo
mado a very close study of tho matter,
and havo bid with a thorough knowl
edgo of the situation, will securo the
Professor G, E. Santayana, of Har
vard, Is attracting largo audiences tu
his lectures In Paris. Ho Is nwakenlna
French Interest In the work of Amer
lean philosophers by contrasting with
tho great Kngllsh thinkers of tho last
fifty years the systems of the American
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Pak dice, a Chinaman, formerly con
ducting a butcher shop In the Kalllil
district, was brought back from Kauai
on the steamer W. G. Hall last night
under arrctt on a charge of gross cheat.
About a week ago Pak Cliec, It Is al
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The transport Logan arrived this
morning from Manila, She will take
on coal and sails tomorrow morning at
!) o'clock for San Franctsro. Troops
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wife. Is one of the passengers. Only
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cr during nlmust the entire voyage. She
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Ham U Kamlage, a former employo tt
tho Insular government, died of tumor
on the brnln. He was 33 years of ago
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taken to San Francisco.
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The steamer Manna Loa arrived this
morning from Maul and Hawaii ports.
She brought 2301 bags of sugar, 23411
bags of corrce and 31 cattle. The Mauna
Loa experienced much rough weather
off Haw-all. Tho sea was so high at Nn
poopoo that the vessel was compelled
to tako the passengers and cargo on to
Kau for landing. In attempting to land
freight oft Napoopoo two of tho smaller
boats were badly damaged by being
dashed against tho sides of tho steamer
Finally the undertaking had to b
gien up. iso one was injured.
Purser McNnmara reports tho fol
lowing sugar list awaiting shipment
on Kauai: K. S. M., 10,000; V. K.,
COO; Diamond V 2500: M. A. K 61S4;
O. & Il B987; McU., 27.2S3; K. P., 2030;
L. P., 1280; H. M . 21G0: K. 8. Co., 7300.
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naku, C000; Honuapo, 2200; Hakalau.
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