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On Enterprise street, near the cor- 1
Prom San Francisco:
Nippon Marti Feb.
For 8in Francisco:
Hongkong Mnru Feb.
ner of Never-Quit road, a locksmith b
has a shop under the sign of Bull- C
nets i-iusue. inis locKimim ihjkci
keys for the House of Good Fortune,
They are not cheap, but any ener
getic business man may afford the
price. Usually the order has to be
placed sometime in advance of the
delivery of the key and it's first
come, first served. The locksmith's
name Is Publicity, which means
BULLETIN. -sjr: '
PAGES 9 tO 12
VOL. XVIII. NO. 3310.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 19 05.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
How Children Of The Schools Are Instructed In
Principles Of Local Government And Good Citizenship
The Century for January contains a soltitely Incorruptible. Habits of good
cr,y valuable article on "The 8chool citizenship ore formed while the mind
City," by Frank Parsons of iloston. g plastic, open to tho full force of
He speaks of thev'clty" ns n new ex- considerations of right and justice, and
uerlment In the self-government of the free from commercial motives and oth-
rr influences mat in laicr iiio so uuch
interfere with tho dutlo of citizenship
The lovo of liberty Is strengthened and
rnnobled by recognition of the right;
of others and thfc necessity of mutual
fining. The description ot tne worn
A new system of moral and civil
training has been recently Introduced
into some of the schools of iloston mu
stand the principle Involved and often lence to law. It roloato for construe- publican Institutions The educating ty and efficiency In political life, and It Ion The gornmont has ntso stated
act on It. For example, the mnyor ofliUe work much of the teacher's energy! und developing effects of self-govern
n large school city came one day to' formerly consumed In police duty. It' ment the moral and Intellectual cvo
consult with the principal about a very gives the students nn Yicqualntanrd lutlon consequent upon civic activity
vicinity, nnd your readers may be in- limitations for the public good. ItC'
tcrested to know something about It. pect for law and nuthority Is devcl
The children In n school building aro oped. Tho senso of Justice Is strength
organized as n school city. They elect 'ncd ana the judicial attitude of mind
n mayor, judge, city clerk, etc., nnd n , cultivated".
city council representing tho various I Tho results have been excellent In
wards (school rooms) and authorized ; every way. Iloth conduct nnd scholnr
to make laws for the government of tba ship are creat Improved. Disobedience
vchool. subject to tho provision of the In pulled up by.tho roots. Public sen
"charter" granted by the teachers or timent ranges Itself on tho sldo of law
the school board, The charter secures nhen the public makes the law. A
the right of direct nominations nnd breach of order is no longer regarded
rm-!ilp fnr the Initiative and refer-. a dc'anre of an alien government.
indura. I but ns an Injury and nn Insult to the
The writer was present a few weoks community. Kvcn tho most disorderly
ngo when the first school city was or-' schools have been reduced to good con
ganlzed In Doston by Wilson I., (lilt, 'duct by tho Institution of the school
the Inventor nnd founder of the sys- Mfy.
tem. There were seven hundred pu-' in the first school In which the ays
ill. nil ulrls of tho grammar gradei. tern was tried nn astonishing trans-
They were delighted with the plnn, vot- formation was effected. It was a rough
...1 iiH,lhnii.ln nml nnlhiialnatlniltlV nn.l .Hannlm! v ai-hnnl nt fl llimtsatlil
111 Illltllllll.Ulie, f UKtl t,,.,,.,..,.. . ,,,,, ltnu ui- v.."" .. -.
lO ilUUJH Hit? UlllUVH I.IIIC IIB IIIU ll10 l llll'll. Ill IMC on,,,,,", .,, ......
nmcntal law of their school city, sup- Vork. Tho place was so bad ns to re-
I'Icmented It with various provisions quite tho constnnt presence of n po-
ngalntt disorder, dcsttuctlon or Injury llcemnn In tin' playground. Within .1
of property, profanity, rudeness, un- week after th'i school city was organ-
kindness, etc.. nnd showed remorknbln tzcl good order was attained, nnd the
discretion in the election of their of- teachers wcro relieved from nil nnx-
(lccm. lety as to discipline from thnt time on.
Tho mayor wns a bright-faced girl Equally remarkable results have bten
of twelve nnd n half years. When achieved In n number of other schools,
nsked. shortly after tho election, what Tho chnrnclcr development resulting
It meant to her to be mayor of Han- fiom civic responsibility Is often most
cock School, slio said: "It means tn remarkable. Kor example. In a I'M!
fee that every girl Is orderly, clean, ndelphla primary ono of the worst
nml eood. It means llmt they mils bovs. dlrtv. disorderly, careless, nnd
have good conduct. They must be low In his class, was elected n member,
clean nnd neit In their drois and hnb- of council. Ills teacher "thought the
Its. They must keep the school-rooms school city hopeless If the children
nnd tho school-yard neat. And they ero going to elect such little rascols
mint be kind to everybody." 'ys that." Uul six weeks Inter this,
"That Is a great task. Are not ou rascal's" principal said to him: "Torn-)
nfrald of It?" my. I am Just delighted to sec how
Tho answer was prompt and clear: nicely you aro getting on. You have
"No. for I think they aro all good clt- not been absent once, and you nro
Izens." never tardy any more. You are ns
Mary rinn, the Judge, said: "I shall neat as a little gentleman, and you
warn citizens who don't behave, and If have, come up In your class from tho
thnt does no good I shall punish them, bottom almost to the top. I am proud
They muit behave." of you." The llttlo fellow looked up
The whole discipline of the school Is nd snld, "You know thoy expect so
put Into the hands of the pupils, l n much from a member of the city coun
tcachers gUe Instruction, and advice ill."
when it Is needed, nnd the ultlmntc re- in another school a dirty, disagree
sponslblllty and nuthority nre always uble, tardy, runaway girl was nppolnt
wlth them, nut the students mnko laws ej tt pollceman by tho school-city mny
Bnd really govern themselves, although ()r, Tho teacher says: "The change
there U an authority nbove them, Jut n that girl Is marvelous, She Is clean,
ps a grown-up city governs Itself nl- agreeable, In school every day, nnd
though the legislature may nt any time fomes on time. Sho Is a new creatine. '
rcvol-e Its charter. In another case one of the dirtiest boys
In fact, thcie is moro real solf-gov- in d,0 school was put on the sanitary
eminent In these school cities than In committee, ono of whose'dutles It Is
most of our larger cities. Kor there to sea that the citizens havo clean
Is no apathy In the school city, no stny- hands and faces. As soon as this hoy
Pt home vote, no political machine, or could get to the school-yard ho rushed
boss. for tho pump, washed his hands and
There Is no nraft In tho school city, then his face, wiping them on his hat.
no boodle on the council, no "under- If be wore going to bo a sanitary om
bad boy, the most lawless boy In the
school. The mayor said they were
thinking of appointing that boy to be
chief of police, hoping It would make
him n good citizen. The principal ap
proved the plan. Tho appointment was
made, end the unruly boy became nt
once n good citizen and an excellent
The school city has a beneficial Influ
ence upon the children nt homo nnd
on tho street ns well as In the school.
high character in oery relation of life,, to Mr Ultl Its desire that he should do
ore fostered and developed by the Ulmllar work In the Philippine,
school city. The school city Is to the' The Krnnklln Institute. President
child what the town meeting has been Roosevelt, tho Itev. Dr. Jmlah Strong,
to New Knglnnd a ile eloper of Dr. Albert Shaw, I'rcsldcnt Eliot, and
thought nnd conscience and civic spirit, many other eminent authorities han
The school city has been orcanlzed expressed their henrtv nnnroval nf the
In thirty-three of the Philadelphia system, nnd an organization has been
schools, and in a number of schools In formed to push the Work throughout
with governmental forms, and pre- und responsibility Is ono of the most
pares for future participation In the vital principles of modern life, the np
civic affairs of the city, the State, and plication of which Is by no means lim
ine Nation n body or citizens who nre lied to adults.
Informed as to their duties, trained in Direct participation In tho legisla
te practice of them, and Imbued with tlve. Judicial, and administrative tunc-
the Interests nnd purposes of a true lions of theso mlnlnturo republics Now York. Syracuse, and other cities, the country Teachers nnd others who
public spirit. nwakens great enthusiasm among the Derides this, Mr Olll, at the Invttntlon desire publications on the methods ot
Tbc enfranchisement of the children children, nnd gives them a vital, prac- of General Wood, spent two years In organizing etc.. may obtain It by ad
it only n little less Important than the tlrnl knowledge of government nnd Cuba, as nn appointee of the United dressing Mr Halph Albertson, Secre.
enfranchisement of their elders. And human nature. Civic training In early , Stntes government, organizing this tnry National School City League. Ja
tho future historian may rank the In- years forms habits of good citizenship system in the public schools, to the mnlrn IMnln. Iloston.
It Improves the morals of the students, ventlon ot the school city as one of the that are Invaluable In nftcr life, both boundless delight of the children nnd i
It develops honor, respect, nnd obed- most Important dctelopments of re- to the Individual nnd to society Tr- the hearty appreciation of the author-
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
lirWF5r'WZ'.l f raPaS'yJ2zr J T
i M rH-rfT'JXKJil, t. j -iVWij Jpai s
Maxim Gorki and her son, Ura Gclla
llioujsky. a boy of sixteen. Hound the,
tnble were a number of young men, all
dressed In much the same fashion as
the master. Polities was hardly men
tioned: all were In high spirits; every
one wns gay. amusing or absurd as tho
Un the table was a miscellaneous rol-
lection of colli viands; white nnd black
St. Petersburg, Keb l.-A genii.- ence. nnd I found Mine. Andreeva's liroa(l n great plato of German sail-
man who paid n Hying visit to Maxim twelve-) ear-old daughter. Tho llttlo K; '"" rnlI,'cr niclaneholy-looklng
Gorki has this to say of tho patriotn one wns lttln? nt a tnblo In n dainty n"lton chops cheese and butter, and a
homo life: wblto frock, reading a book. I asked "KJ ""I" "' gooseberries.
"An hour's Journey by train from SI. II I might smoke a cigarette, and n- ,h W.Cr? " nU!t" of wlm.' on
Petersburg brought mo to Kuokkkaro, cched pcrnilralon. tho table, but most people seemed lo
one of those little groups of datihas or "'Wren I lived with paper.' she ev ,r,'!fer 'ho Inevitable tea. The meal.
How Maxin Gorki Appears
In His Russian Home Life
country houses, which nro to be rounu pioineu, -no nlwuys smnked; anil now ""'" " "-i"i " mu
for ninny rnllc from the enpltal nlons I lle near M. Gorki bo smokes.' I cvSn',nB' ' u;la"" I'pken of as "tea."
thcionst. Here, where shadowy woods "As Hie was finishing her supper n1 . "" " bj"" -t i u iii u
r ..iMI. ...i i.tri. i.ntr tii.tn it,,, wfuhiii finsa nt miib ,,,i it, ii ,.iain nt i,, she merrily remarked: We must seem
linuipa. nnd a lone stretch of sand Maxim Gorki tame Into the room with lo '0M ",(c '00,,''
slopes to the pale waters of the Gulf of n man who had brought til in a packet " 'We arc not like fools, we are fools,' .)
rintnnd, Maxim Gorki lias been spend- or letters. Ho shook hands with me "il'l her son. Wo laughed and I J
Ing the summer. I without paying n word, then sat down thanked Mnxlm Gorki for his kindness.
"Certainly one of the most delightful ?' end or tho tnble and opened his l-ocncmiil he salil. 'Miyr and
houses In Kuokkalo Is tho Villa I.ln- letters, occasionally turning to his com- gave me n delightful bo)lsh glance.
. i- ...i .i.i . i. ......I.... n panlon and sneaktnir with creat enrn- "Thin was not tho gloomy Gorki one
leniitlful white house In a shady wood, estness. Although he Is only thirty bears of but n man who has. In spite J
with a field for tennis and games. bv eight or thirty-nine (ho does not him of hardships and Ill-health, the eternal
yond It - become n place of pll- " K""w wiii'-iu, ne nan nic air ni a i"i" ucun
grlmage for tho strangers who flock to ""'d' older man. I sal In sllen-e fo- HOTHAY HBYNOI.DS.
tee him, but In spite of the demand about ten minutes, then suddenly ho, , , ,
they make upon his tlmo he gives a ,,!rn"1 to me. gavo me a plenlnsi
"OOOD GROWING WEATHER."
ileflnlte nnrt of the day to wrlllnc. A Blnto nnd began to talk.
. innoi.rn,, .i,ii, la .m-vn,! ni 1"! " All I have to say,' he told nic 'ha.i
o'clock, he gos to his study, a great (leen said, It has lieen printed; there is Wnen ,ne New 8cap Anti,epte )t
room upstairs, to write for two or thri-u no.t1h'" more that I can tell you.' Uied,
hours. Gorki follows the common Ilu-1 An'l " lmc. Andreevn. who had A KO()) , ad of , , , .
slnn custom of retiring ery late. lei. me In. Int.rruple.1: M. Oork Is not'..,, of gIor,, ,, " , for
dom earlier than 2 o'clock In tho mora- '"med of his principles, but what woman, notwithstanding all the poery
Ing. and little Is seen of him before. ' "; ",ci,n','1 ,'hon' h " ?r? on tho iubject ap dleS ?o the fema e sex
luncheon, llcfore dinner, which Is nl "rT dlfflcult, he must lio very cnreful, ,.Xci,vely. In the season when fllei
C o'clock, be .trolls .taut tho Utile I " nw 'have others to think of a. well ,' "bald-headed man can sym
wood surrounding tho house. I .?, ' .,,,.. , . pathlzo with the Egyptians who wcro
"Gorki Is keen about outdoor amupe- "There was n tender look In her darit lt0 ,orc, plaRUCl, '' nccount of tho
m-nt. although not strong enough to'e" ns though she elt herself the pro- 'children of Irnel Why not try New
take much part in them himself. H , 'V'10 I1'' hi. follow- ,,,. fl,.,,, othera have bcc.i
teallzes that If his countrymen nre to'1- ' myde no attempt to res st, but iICnellted m.l nro loud I In Its praise It
be ,,! frorn , ,Mr ... state they -re M-M him th.t .nythlnj he ,..j .,., the seal,;, t,,',. In d!
must no augni 10 caico pan ... uxor. L, " a m " " , '"" J "t tho halrantlhy keepl- the
ous ainit'iic games.
I "Ou approaching the houso I dlscOv-
trnil llinl Ilia tinlotl mnn tina fl fnlltiflll
nimr.llnn in shield lilm from iinwel. renuinK "i" leuera. i was aware . ,, ,,,,.,
Tome visitors and Interviewers. t!lm Gorki's .w. had Uen J "" . send Oe in . n.'f" .!
"It was Mme. Andrecva. tho great' lrall ,'i no, "ussion mm ror- ple to Tho Herplclde Co Detroit Mich
ami beautiful actress. Maxim Gorki' " !" "l I h.d come to see hlmlII,0,i, D";ilI.B7Bl.
,ivi,i ,n,inin nn,t ndvi.er. sh mid live, rather than to hear his speak, i v K t-.u'Jl'fcla' "genis.
Tho Darbcr: You aro too young to ( Jean nercbonl, a Paris Joiner, died , prench that M. Gorki would ho . "s'e cr. "oon 'mino?e,l t0 "PP"! Joi,n n iinekefelier i.n. ...iirii,.,!
iiiw uuu'uiir. jmr. Annrpevn uhj' ----.-. ..- -v...-v
Mrs. Nuritch. "I want pair of swell whitt gloves to wr to rcpttor."
8slimam "How long do you want thm?"
Mrs. Nuritchi "Look here, young man, I m not talking sbojt hiring themi
I want to buy them."
-.ml.... and Gorki, making no reply. T''ZWFt"Z'
Sold by leading
. ... . .. . .e ... ..-.! mi ....!.. -iu. . I. ..e . ... t . -.- - : .. mnahn l.l..n
standing" between tho police and cer. ho felt that he must ue clean mm- u u. iu nuuu. rtro you cnuingijrom congesi.on aner winning a uei Kiited to see me. We went Into tho "" .v ,,"'' , "
wrong-doers. The ten-year-old Judgo self. Very likely the children mndc mo down? Tho Barber: No, your.that ho could consume ten yards of house, which showed all tho llttlo ' tho ncoil of the
nnd the twelve-year-old major are ah- this selection on purpose. They unucr-.muunacne. t '.sausages. touches which .peak of a woman's pres
The Band-Car That 'Never Came
Seeral good motormen,
iSome tight or nine),
Mado tome good hay,
While tee tun did shine.
They purchase! some land,
iThe j.rUe was not high),
With thoughts of a home,
In the sweet by and by.
Assured of employment
In their present position.
They built themselves homes
On their new acquisition.
This land was well out.
As you plainly can sec,
Well out to tha eastward,
In old Kalmukl.
Now these poveral motormen,
(Some eight or nlno),
Worked late every night
On tho "HupM" line.
To get to their homes
When the day's work was done
Was the problem before tbem,
(The last car had gono).
Some suggested a horse.
Others called for a "wheel,"
While nnother looked wise.
And said, "Automobile!"
They went to the manager,
To borrow his brain.
He looked at the celling
And said, "Call again!"
Says he, at the next meet,
"We'll not lme to look far.
Wo can fix you up nicely
With a four-wheeled hand-car."
Tho men all agreed.
And asked his advice
On the best place to purchase
This handsome device.
Then up spnko Mr. Valentine,
(Or was It Mr. PlattT)
"Jlst lave that to me,
And I'll tlnd to that."
Now this nil did happen,
At a time quite remote,
And they've looked for the hand-car
On each Incoming boat.
When the the Texan broke out.
With her tiro so near.
These motormen smiled,
"Guess our car has got here!
No hand-car has come,
Dy land or by sea,
And each night they hike out
To old Kalmukl,
Terhaps the car order
Didn't get there In time.
He may have told them to ship
l!y the wireless line.
Now all of you motormen,
(Somo eight or nlnn)y
Just lako my advice,
And get right In line.
Have a heart to heart talk
And save lots ot bother,
Cough up your hard cash.
And send your own order.
tt oiVlWiiflVifltipMVilV M Viplm ittimVX
Makes the best bread, It contains
all the wheat that's good to eat and
is particularly rich in gluten d j
GIVE IT A TRIAL
Mme. Andreevn whj
great tablo. rather -2."U0 toward the fund for the nnw
dimly lit with randies; nenr her was Academy of Mutlc. In Brooklyn.
to glvo tho alarm In case of danger,
but nothing could bo seen but tho
black night and tho blacker ocean. Tho
waves lashed themselves Into spray
ngalnst the sldo of tho Bhip, and ev
ery man on deck shivered in the cold
night fog. Tho ship rolled and plung
ed ns It passed from ono wavo to an
other, and at times tho tall masts al
most dipped Into the ocean.
Three bells had Just sounded, mak-i
Ing It known thnt 9:30 o'clock bad ar
I Captain Tells Story Of Wreck
On the chilly coast of Alaska Is lnid lost their bearing, and were soon
Onlda Hock, a placo of great danger to unablo to tell how near to shoro ther
ships sailing too closo to It. Mora wcro drifting,
than sixteen years ago this rock was Ti. wnlrh ,taiinnrt in i ,
it, ami thus It received It. name. On
? , board tho vessel which met Its fato
M on this rock was George II. Johnson,
a who was serving as first mnto at the
time of tho accident, nnd who Is now
In command of tho Mary K. Poster, a
schooner unloading lumber at the pre-
ntll llniii In Ilnemltiti-
M ' It was not an easy matter to Indtico
9 Captain Johnson to relate the detail
of that most trying moment of his
nic, inn lie iiiiiiuy iuiu mo wnuie ni-i-v" " " -.-. wv,,v uu in
teresting Mory jriveu, wnen tno snip, porno on a high
The lllfnted Onldn was a full rigged vnvc' wn? thrown with an awful vlo-
JC ship, apparently strong nnd seawor- ,0,nc0 Pi""1," "ie rock- which had been
thy. Sho had been loaded at San, "" '""". iruni view uy tne waier.
Francisco with supplies for a cannery I V" '"reaiirui shock, the crashing ot
'which was then located at Thin Point. ' !lmucrs', ?ml the grinding noise that
"1 Aluska, and In addition to fifty whlto ' lowed 'f,ft no ',oubt ,n Ule miud
fiuvii, leu-inning jut tiuw. sue' lurru'u
north with her 110 Chinamen, whn
m .were colnc to work hi tho ranncrv.
i . . . . . .'.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO., LTD.
all regarding what had happened,'
There was a rush for the boats, and M
soon nB the crew began to lower them,
,.... -... .......... ... .., v...v,. oi,i. -., ..... ......,
M I as tno vessel passed out through tho """'"" i'i"-'- " u.-k ranjius
ivaru, no one on board imagincii that
' ch U'rilll.l llV,ir tdllirn Thn n,n.
.iiw.u wiiuuKii I""!.,.,,. .. . :-.-. ---...::..--
L Go den Gato ami tiiriieil her bow norlli. " "":"' "'" "' uiinuies. wn.c.i
11 nnura juuj- mm uaa reauy ror jusii
tucn nn emergency.
In on Instant the officers of the Bhip
was made up of experienced seamen,
and under their direction tho graceful
ship moel easily over the waves.
Thus all went well until tho cn'd of
the voyage was clone at hand, when
n heavy fog ramo over tho waters. Tho
realized their nerll TI.o Phlnnol
OUt-numbereit llieni twn in nim nmi.ai
tight for tho boats might causo the"
white men to get tho worst of It. Can.
tain Johnson lvldly explained how lie"
sea became rough, hut as tho vessel I obtained possession of a heavy club,
I was well out to sea, It was not deemed
to be in clanger.
I With tho approach of night the sea
became more and moro rough, and tho
tog icfused to raise. The officers at
and sauarlnc himself for iiellnn ln.i
termlned to defend the men who wepv
getting the boats in readiness.
"wnat are you going to do?" waai
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