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THE WAYWARD YOUTH
" Who's Your Tailor?"
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SATURDAY, JAN 19, 1907.
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The fact that a Iteform School Is
called nti "Industrial School" or roa
med down by any other puphwnlimi, or
that It la well liiaiiuged, does In no way
urfcet the pilnclplo under discussion.
I know nothing about the manage
tnent or liny imrtlcular Imlustilal
fchool or Schools In Honolulu, and 1
mii remh In believe Hint nil riicIi Insti
tutions hero art) conducted with ability! the bail spreads over u nigger sunnce
a child's penitentiary because he Is a
truant, deceitful or a liar, nor have
we any right to tako the easiest way
and send lilm on" beenu&e lib has no
home or because he has a hail homo.
If we deal with the boy at all, we
must remember that he Is a child; that
he Is huinnti, that he has probably moir
Rood than bad In his makeup but that
uliil honesty, but like well conducted
urljons, they exist only for n sad
necessity, A Kerurni School Is for the
earn and training of boys nud i;lrlit
who by reason of their acts are consid
ered beyond oi dliuiry control. Thoy
me so "bad" or so Ineorrlglblo thut
tho Slate takes them In hand, commits
them through Its police and judiciary
departments (which we all nnturnlly
shrink from) to u place whero they lire
deprived of their liberty us individuals,
for their own good presumably but nUo
lor the protection of the State,
The placo then Is for this class of
bos ami glrla.
Many of them are very "bad," thiev
ish, Immoral, criminally culpable. And,
na their age alleviates, they are sent to
Itefnrm School Instead of to Jail or
The process of Kelt Inn thum thcie,
nirestliiK them, and putting them In
Jnli overnight perhaps, then In the cure
ol an ollleer of the law, is a wrong nud
an Injustice even to u child who has
(played truant,- deceived and lied. In
lime he may learn that these acts were
wmug and be sorry for them, hut he
will know also that either age or Ignor
ance or want of ethical discrimination
exonerates him from permanent blight
as It has thousands of 'Other children
who have grown up to be"good men
nud women. He nil! grow up to read
blo'iinphy an well as history wherein
he will find the records of some very
"bad" bojs who had better training
than he had, and who dually givw up
to Im good and great.
lleeause uow-a-days we don't publish
nny more good) -goody Ixiy tules but
put down the facts of the case.
And if he becomes a physician or
takes up special studies or children, he
will know that the majority of boys
and Kills did thlni-s that were worse
lor them than truancy, deceit or lying,
anil that they did these, things not
from Inherent badness, but owing to n
natural Instinct uiigulded by knowl
edge. It should not take any ouu long. It
seems to me. to see that un Industrial
school cannot be the place for boyit and
girls who lire merely mischievous, haul
to control, dlxohedlent, wilful, deceit
ful, liars, or without natural guardians.
H children not bad have "vile." homes
and catches more files; and that by thu
pioper attitude coupled with tho neces
sary sympathy and training, wo cn:i
develop so much of thu good that the
bad will not signify so far as the lad's
genera! character Is concerned.
Knowing this as Intelligent parents
must, which of them would bn willing
to send even n truant to an "Industrial
School" for Improvement?
Ask Governor Carter or V. O. Smith
or Dr. Moore or any other MAN lr he
would he willing to put his most dis
obedient boy or tlrl In the charge ot
the best managed lleform School in
tho world! And yet, there is no differ
ence, for these good people might have
n child who would piny the truant, bo
deceitful or "sauce" his betters. I cit
ed the cflbo of ltaHisa because he had
been mentioned. All that ho Is said to
be is no worse than what we know of
some or our best men who didn't ro to
the lleform school. They played tru
ant time and again; they pot only ito
celved thev lied; they even stole like
T. 1). Aldrlch did and Mark Twain
Lincoln ran off three times to escape
doing a bit or work he didn't like, and
Phillips llronks dear, good l'lillllps
llrooks "took the wrong way to
school and spent the day fishing In a
running brook two miles away." Why
didn't they rend him to nn Industrial
School? Thank the Lord he had some
body that aired enough for him to pa
tiently disentangle these ktuks In a
Jry human skein.
Someday when I get time I am going
to give you n list of some of the "hud
things good boyH have done that Is,
bad boys who grew Into good men.
And tho list will startle you who
luue no children; who hnvu forgotten
that joii weie us bad us the "next one";
to you who Imvjjost our faith In the
moral elasticity or childhood but still
;4n your faith to a false iin-Christllku
All this lou't, a matter of "public
sympathy," of blng Informed or un
informed about a particular cure. The
I'rlnclple goes above nud he)oud all
Wo owe the same duty and tender
nessto the ihlhlrcu of others that we
owe to our own we who are proper
So far as thu Ikiv ltapowi or the Hart
Ah Leong Ignores Order
To Pay His Wire
Ah Leong hnsn't yet managed to get
it through his head that tho orders of
tho Court uro to bo obeyed, Perhaps
ho will, however, by tho time ho gets
tnrougli serving tho ten days In Jail to
which ho was sentenced by Judge Da
Holt this morning for contempt ot
Hut there seems to bo soino doubt It
Dveli this lesson will bo sulllclent to
drive tho truth Into his thluk-box, for
ho hns just llnlshed serving n threu
days'-sentence for a similar offence.
Ah Lcoug was summoned to appear
before thu Court this morning, on com
plaint of his wife, to show came why
lie should not bo adjudged guilty f
contempt of court In having disobeyed
tho orders of tho Court to pay Mrs. Ah
Matter 01 Raise In Prices i
Will Be Taken
The Lumber Trust cases aro to be
taken up In the United States Dlstilrti
Court as soon as Judge Dole leturnsj
from llllo, where ho cxpcclB to go to1
hold court next week, United Stall 1 1
District Attorney Ilreckons states that!
the cases promise to ho of much Inter-,
est and will bo thoroughly Investlgit-j
od. They hnvo been hanging lire for a
long time and It Is desired to get thein,
over with and out of tho way at tin
earliest ixisslblo date.
In connection with the old cas
which aro to be tried, It Is probable
(hat tho chnrges or a new combination I
on the part or the lumber denlcis Willi
he Investigated. It U stated that thei
riretit rnlxpH of lumber nrlces. which '
ire said to lie loiisenucnt on Inerenm
Leong temporary nllmony nud nttor l prlce.ou the Coast, aro or much the
ney'H commission ponding tho result wm character as those which gaw
or tho action fur dlvorco Instituted bv
her. At thu time tho matter first catnj
up. Ah Leong was instructed by thu
Court to contribute a certain sum
weekly toward the support or his wife
pud two children until the illinrcu pro
ceedings should be ended. He neglect
ed to pay tho tlrst Installment nud It
cost him three days In jail. Since thou
Mrs. Ah Leong alleges that he has fall
id to( make two uWo payments, and
this second oftence was enough to glvo
him ten days moro free board and
lodging at thu expense, of thu Ten I-
The wire testified (lint she Is ubso
lately without meunii or support for
herself and thu two children. Ah Le
ung gives her nothing, and for some
time all she has had to live on Is three
dollars u week ror herseir and two dol
lars a week Tor tho two chlhlicn, these
amounts being contributed by sympa
thetic friends. Ilolh or thu children
hnvo been sick with tho measles and
ouu of them Is still iiittu III.
Ah Leong stales, as an excuso for
his not obeying tho orders of the Court
that ho is out or work ami has no
money. Ills rather Is u' wealthy Chita-no
merchant or thu city, hut It Is
tald that he has nothing to do with his
llse to the original charges. The In
creases In price. It Is charged, were all
made ill the same time and weiu Iden
tical In the case or each or thu various
Thu United States District Attorne
states that this matter will be taken
up before (he court and the dealers will
be summoned to appear as witnesses
anil tell what they know about thu
matter. This Is n power which the rep
resentative or the 1-Yderul (lovcrn-j
meat has, andlf (hope against, whom
the charges aro made are summoned us
witnesses, they will be obliged to an
swer on thu witness stand whatever
(luestloiis may be put to them. I
After thu lumber cases are nut of the
way. the mutter of (he alleged beef
(rust will Im taken up. There are ,i
large number of defendants In this
matter and the trial will In all prob
ability be a lengthy one.
in which they will only grow "bad" In ; Kirl are concerned, or their parents
time, there Is no reason on earth for', either, what ethical training hne
uriestlug them uinl branding them wlih they ever lecelvcd that they should be
the murk of the criminal. called "bad" Ion Indulging In the ten-
It becomes the duty ot the church
and (he community to take care of nil
such children, and u community thai
will not do It deserves unqualified con
demnation. So fur back as Is 13, under Hev. C.
Wntersou, tho Uostou people organised
a boclcty "to create u special mission to
thu iHior, Ignorant, neglected children
ot' thu city; to gather them In; to pro
cure places and employment for theui;
and generally to adopt and pursue such
dencles developed by association?
And If thu lad played truant, or lied
or did worse, what great departure
was It rroin the example set before
His mother Is Industilous, provident,
pious, yes, hut what else? Any ouu
who wishes can see In this case inure
than In the others, that VK, tho com
munity, me to blame for whatever tin
hoy has done. And If we also know no
belter than (o arrest and brand thu
The Value of
Women arc attractive because tliey nre women. Hut wlio sliall deny tlmt their nttractumess
is not doubled liy a wise study of lite iover of fcallicrs? An indifferent-looking woman ma) trans
form herself to a siren liy llic inerejlwUl of Iter lint ; and wreck a tlionsand hearts by the fjlory of
her gown. And why not? Man jeMs at this and with much philosophy assmes ns he loves tier
for herself; jet hows like a slave to her with the rustling silk.
In a different way 'tis the same with men. The poorly dressed is snubbed. I lis clothes are
taken as his market value, and 'tis money that does the talking. The man whose clothes are cheap
looking is called a "man" even by the children and he with the swell raiment is classified a "gen
tleman." 'Tis a pity, but 'tis trite. The world judges ns at fust sight by ihe clothes we wear, and
when jott reason it out, what else can the poor woild do.
Character, honesty and the cardinal virtues cannot be put on the surface, (and they do not suf
fer by association with good clothes), so for lack of something better, for the lime being, at least,
the world judges a man by what he wears.
UUiMAKF. SUITS TO ORDIilt fmni SjilU. toSjS.-iO AND CVAKANTAUl Til 11 FIT t
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
(OK. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
ineasuies us would bu most likely to children our sotlul order has created,
sue or rescue them from vice, Ignur- tire worse than we ought to be.
E. 8. UOODHUK. AM).
Holualoa, Hawaii, Dec. 2E, IDOfl.
uncu and degredutlou
This work went on nmong theho peo- j
. , . I.... .....If ......Hill ...tuutftlltj '
pu, increasing lti',,t-;'iu' """""
had started, unci In ,isp7,-with means
furnished b Christian people who hau
hearts, these boys unci girts lantern! oi
ft . . A d - ll..,.i,,.t ..nluiitl irilU tttlfa
..en g seiu iu .,.. -. ; - - T0 ,imUur of lu Knl,oIaIlt E8tBt0
en here und theie and placed iu fain- '
tiles Some or them ure now prominent '' Territory occupied the greater
ministers and doctors In the United part or (he (lino or Judge Lindsay V.
States, holding responsible position tourt this morning. Tho Kuplolanl Kb
Very few turned out badly. How is It .,, fa (ry,I1K t() -establish u fishing
, with the gradnates of lleform schoolM f
In a report sen out by one of the concluded todUy, but
benevolent associations o the east are Wednesday
BOII.O BClUUKllCd WHICH HIIUW mill iiiv - -
.. nl...,.l T.-.1.I T T
REAL E6TATE TRANSACTIONS.
children who leave Hefoim Bchools, tor
mutt part, "take to u caiecr of crlmu
und finally land In thu lusane asylum,
the penitentiary or on thu scallold.
Un't that terrible! Sent for truancy
wheie he learned to be a thief und a
murderer. This Is no faticy sketch,
and any one who will spcuk of "bcum"
ror life in a lllppiiiit wuy, Is, to say thu
least, devoid or human byniliathy.
The special woil; ror children men
tioned above came after Dr. Klrklaud
early In the century said 111 lloston:
"VK IIAVK AS MUCH I'IKTY AS
CHAItlTY AND NO MORU."
And so Chnuulug preached that "Ihrt
ux be laid at the root ot the matter;
Ignorance, temptation, by submlttliib
Tor tho present unjust laws u system of
cordial, respectful, brotherly coopera
tion, helping to uplift all classes and
making them more truly human."
Yes, ther.e wero tho men and women
who secured llheity for those wlio nan
gone to Jail lor debt; who talked und
ucted long before sailors received do-
served "piotectlon from cruel und un-
Entered for Record Jan, 18, 1907,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
A l'all und wf to Wnluee Protestant
Est of Lam Yato by admr to V O
Siuglehurst , D
Hst of 1) 1' Dlshop by trs to Mnu Slug
Wal & Co L
Kuamoo to Recr Tuna S Co Ltd D
Entered for Record Jan. 19, 1907,
From 9 a. m, to 10:30 a. m.
Ullzabuth Kalo ut al to Clarence W
Ash ford M
Lincoln U McCnndless by regn. Notice
Akuna Had Surplus Of
Wives And Marcella
(loo Akuna, tho Chinese or Killa,
Maui, who confessed lo the court somo
lime ngo that he had moro wives than
tho law- allows, and who was sentenced
to a short lei in In-Jail and to pay a
flno of ("IU , with costs amounting 'o
JOa.M, wa., re 'a. I today, the term of
his sentence having ox plied. .What ho
will do In tho mntler of tho extra
wives does not an yet appear,
'.Muicelhi Klguercm was also let out
loday, having served her sentence nud
im extra thirty days. Tho latter en
abled her to tnko the poor convict's
oath, freeing her from having to pay
tnu flue which accompanied her Jail
Marcella's otTcnco was u careless
ness as to the number of husbands shu
had at ouu time. She had the habit,
which Is not considered exactly ihe
thing lit polite society, of taking on
one beroio she had got rid or his pred
SHOWS A DECREASE
Tax Assessor James I.. Holt states
that the delinquent tux lists for the
county of Oaliu will be published next
week. There are about 2100 names
which will appear on Hie list this year.
This, and the amount of tuxes ilelln-
uncut, nre said to bu somewhat lesj
than has been the case In previous
euis, lestlflug lo tlie tnrreused pro
perlty or thu citizens or the county.
The totuls have not as yet been com
The deliiuiueiit lists lor thu other
counties of tho Teirllory will be pub
lished each In Its own county, only
thai for O.ihil bring published heie.
GOVERNMENT WILL ATTACK '
Washington, Dee. 22. The Vedernl
authorities will In the near future In-
pant two months .Mr. I'arle has made
Fcvcrnl tiljis to Washington and has
been In consultation with a Cabinet of-lU-er
extremely close to (ho President.
One of the contributory causeii In
stltulo proceedings to dissolve the "(lie wrecking or Hie Heal Kstutti Trusl
American Sugar Ilellnlug Cumpaii; , Company was the construction, nTJn-;v uuhlUlicd In the Saturday Bulle.
I...M.... I...... l. , -rl...t i .. i.. I...' ' r '
i:iii- itiuit.it tto tnv niiK.il mint. uti uillll lltlllllt I'HM, Ul II nilKltr ICUilltl,
hem M'curul III New York of the sugar
tnit and its railroad allies, a com
plete case, iu the estimation of the
(! ivcrniueui otllclaln, has been made.
The ULSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN-
ihlct evidence upon which tho Covern-
meat will rely to sustain Its case will
te that conveyed to It by William 11.
Hearst nml the New York "Ameilnm."
Supplemental to this will be the evi
dence submitted by George II. Ilaile,
receiver or the Heal Kstate Trust Com
pany or Philadelphia, (he looting or
whirl! by Its president, Kriiuk K, Hip
pie, Is a matter or record. Within the
I'll 1101 PROBABLY
IKIIs Will NOT
Mr Hogors, of the New York Com
inercla!, speaking ot yesterday's cable
dispatches regarding thu sinking at
Ihe harbor ut Kingston says that the
ttuhtuerged jiottloii Is probably what
remains of the site of (he old city of
In deicrlblug the land about the
Kingston inn nor .Mr. uogurs made a
rough sketch which shows thut the
Kingston harbor Is formed by Hie uar
low luck of land at Ihe end or which
Is I'm! Iloynl with Its naval station
end light house. K this laud wero to
sink, at It seems to have done. It would
leave the bay open to thu full sweep
ol the ocean. Kingston Is on the south
side of tho Islnnd of Jamaica, so there
Lcems little doubt thut all thut was
left of old l'ort ltoyai has now gone
beneath the ocean and taken a small
Mcttun ot Kingston with it.
plant liy Adulph Set il, tho promoter
operating with the i.alclde president.
Hippie. This plant "iy .peculiar ma
chltintlniis wus taken over by the sugur
trust and practically dismantled.
Thu evidence of (his ouu case would
rot bo sulllclent. but talicn In conjunc
tion with the evl'eiuii In tho Heard
canes, under which cWdence mnu in
dictments, com Id Ions and Hues have
tin and tho Weekly Edition, gives
concise ana corr.oieia resume of all Ift
gat notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permtta and real es
tate traductions. Evening Bulletin,
75c1 per moi'th. Weekly Bulletin,
8J. per year.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
Honolulu. T. 11., Jan, 18, l'JOT.
The following uffects thu list of
lights, buoys, imi r'uymarks In tin"
12th light-house babdistrlct, 190H.
Maalaea Day, Maul Island, page 11.
Anchorage bell buoy, red. was not
discontinued on December 8, 1900, us
Just punishments," and who labored I hetetoforu published, on account of
with faith and hope to abolish Hogging
iu the nubile schools. At last tu Iblif
(he Tietuout btnet IIome was secured
for the work, and un additional build
ing for children In lt90. Theke same
men und women worked ugulust slav
ery, and' aie now preaching against
war und child labor.
When It comes to dealing with a
child In a llnnl way, wo should be as
careful, kindly, Bjmpathetle, und Just
ua K we were dealing with our own.
Wo cannot ntford lo bend a child to
continued bad weather. This buoy w 111
be discontinued on or about Tebruury
Uy order of the Light-house Uouid.
J. 1 CAHTKIl,
Lleiitciiuut-Cummuuder, U, S, N.
Stmr, W. (1. Hall, S. Thompson, fiom
Kauai pints, a. m. -
Stmr. Iwalaul, 1'Iltz, fiom Molokal,
Maul und l-mai ports, a. m.
Governor Carter this morning slgincl
the papers granting a teprleve to Mu-
rlto Kelzo. The Japanese was to havo
Leeu hung next Tuesday, but the time"
for his execution Is now postponed un
til Kebruury 21.
This action on thu part of thu Gov
ernor Is consequent on the appeal tak
en by Morltu's nttoruey to the Su
preme Court of the United States lit
the habeas corpus matter.
DISSOLVED BY COURT
Samuel M Hendricks, ninety-nine
yours and four months old, has Just
joined tljn llrlcklaycis' Union at Un
Angeles, Cal and bus started Into
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished Br. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home, Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$10. per m.
74 S. KING ST.
Judge itobliisou this morning fev
ered the ties that hound two unhappy
couples. Annie Asclnclo was, at her
own request, separated from her hus
band, I'asiaal Albert Asciuclo, on thu
giouuds that tho hitter had failed to
put up for her stipKirt, although he
was plent able to do so.
Wong Gum Tung was granted n di
vorce from Lee San Chin on (he ground
or extreme, cruelty. It developed thut
Chin had a penchant for heating her
and striking her, and ut one time
kicked her when she was In a delicate
condition, with intuits falul tu her
Skating mauuahi, Tonight ut thu
rluk Is "Ladles' night," ho no admis
sion churge will be made for any ot
Ihe fair ones. The band will play unit
u good time pievull,
Tommy Hums, wlio rode Iu Krance
last Hummer, will uot.ieturn to Amer
ica until the expiration of his contract
with his Freuih einplujor, two years
Wank hooka of til varu, Isdgeri, '-
etc. tnnnurnctiin-d by (he Ilulletlu Fub- , 'm
Unhing Comp.uiT ' ' 'Jm
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