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EVENING BULLETIN, ItOKOMTLO, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 22. lftOS.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday.t Weekly issued on Tuesday ot each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace 12. Rurrlnijton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
I Editorial Rooms, - 185
If juii want uu eneit opinion on
tile pxivllcut auclolllu nawiu Mnti
nmr Cohen lint rIou Honolulu, usU
ii II u 1 1 u 1 1 it iicunbo.
Is Honolulu getting too much base
liill, or liuo the trie Banna otitic .itcd
the pcoplu tli.it leagues tlut ilmrgo
inlnilslon arc not good form?
Tim morning tour-bill t.in noor
tell tlie Until nbout tlio polite stn
tluii. Ku'ii tlio title ot ii nliotogiiuili
Iiiih to be twisted to suit the bin sod
Hend Kiln it llubli.iid'n lciiurkit on
l.i)j;ilt In tb l:t Usue ot the II it 1 1 c -t
1 11 . It ulll glo .Mm ii piopcr Hue
on j our ilut j, whither ou cktt to
follow It ot not.
The StorU Kxchingo In to tnUe n
Mitatton It U leimirl.ulilu how 111-,
tie it vlll be mlt-t.nl during these
(!iih when mono) Is ulcl to be plen
Ij mill, iw w'i nil Know, letutns from
m;in of the plantations .no p.irtlc
ill ill good.
ironolulii Is gLttlug .i ou Rlze
nhu UsIUtlun tiom laojilo of the
iii.iiiilimd, tli.it would be chitted as
iliilte n tourist boom, It Honolulu had
not beioiiie nicustomul to luiUnir a
hUtulll) liiLre.iBliig number ot pco-
lite, mid nil thu while Ll.imorlng for
If good men lire not offering them
xelvts foi c.imllchitos a good uli.ire of
tln.ni no doubt belleo that life is too
idioit to Miluntnrlly ileote their
time to tlio pit asm o of bccomltig u
tjiget for crimlnnl misrepresentation
1 n gang of loiioclltos that pie
Unds to p reach reform.
When nn organ sajs that no can
didates hnwi offered tlienisohes to
the people, with n gi eater claim to
olllcc than n desire for n job. It is
pretty safe lechotilng that the pros-
I ei.t Is not good for tlio gang that
aims to degtado government and of'
lite to n means for selflbh cuds.
Tutn out to jour piecinct meet
lugs and to the primaries. The man
possessed of ordinal y energy has no
dlllkult In learning when mid where
pieclntt meetings are to be held.
Jloro people, bhould educate them-
Felci to attend to theli political bus
iness with n b much cue us their rem
tinu In the odltc.
WHAT TO DO WITH THE BOY
l'roudbl) thero Is no matter w hlch
gUts p.u tuts deeper concern than
tlio problem of what to do with their
boy uftet they hae successfully
p.ibbed him tluough tlio btages of
prickly heat, teething, chlcKcnpox,
mumps, measles, bent him to tlio
t opinion schools, and hae bi ought
htm to the point ot deciding what ho
is to do In tlio world.
What shall he done vtlth the boj ?
What shall bo his taieei Shall he
go to college or to work? And if to
college shall ho take up some kid
(,1m o profession, or equip hlim.olf to
Lo one of tlio better-educated man
ual woikeis of the woild? Slnll ho
wok "boclal iiiHnntagcs" or uu ln
htltutlou of learning?
The woild has been offering Its
counsel and Its wisdom fiom the be
ginning of time for the settlement of
this pmblem. mid the neatest ap
pro ith it makes to a practical sug
gestion Is that father anil niothor
fhotilil bring to its solution nn In
telligent btudy of the boj's charac
ter, uiilnlliieiiced by prejudico of any
'ihpro was n day when theio pre
vailed quite a general iitecptnuco of
the theory that the bumps on the
hend were u suro Indication of facul
ties mid piopensltles, and father and
mother haled tholr offsnilnc before
bo-whlslietcd seers, who thumbed
ecalps mid marked off charts nnd In
dicated dcbtlnics; today thero is a
xnlwil of Interest In monsurlnc n
boy's skull from ear to car. nnd In
(leteiniliilng by its hills and dales
whcthei he will make n pout or n
piomoter, a coal-heaver or a captain
of Industry, n fool or n philosopher.
This still icmulus a theory latliur
fc. ' I K .
Sake??; it itojk,. 'ALV jtvjA' iS.,id5M'j5VuA-k., jj. . ia . . ., ' ,, ji .j, ' 1 -,
Per Six Month s .r.o
I'tr tr n litre In (. ; Lot.
Pn rar, mi) wlitre In CanaJa l.fio
Ptr car iioKlpaiJ. fottln ., . 2.hj
Office, - 256
Entered nt tlie PoMoflice at Honolulu
" roiml ilas nnttcr
AUGUST 22. 1908
than a fact, nnd until It becomes so
(Miet a seleiuu as to surel Indicate
what a ho) is lit for, puents will
lotttluiic to depend on their own
There Is, however, ono sign In n
boj b Mike-up, which should bcro
ns a i'u'iI" I is Inclination, his pto
pciiMM tin. bent ot bis mltiil. Kwiy
boj hopes, oen In his childhood, to
make sou thin- of hitiisiir ami to
make ii hoiioiahl) IniUeil. thero
mo ci) few bojs and only thosu
who liuMS been penerted b their
suriotimllng influences who resolve
upon ii dishonest manhood. The nv
ringe good bo), theiefoie, shadows
forth the things he would like to do,
mid do bist mid do more niihlj. bo
eaiue he likes them.
Xow It is a frenucnt fact Unit pir
euts in what the) turn tin It wiser
Intelligence, mrogantly ignoro this
piedlleetton of u bo) for a eeitsiln
vocation, and put him nt one for
which he has neither nptltudo nor
sjmpath). and the (bailees arc that
If bo does not nnko nn absolute Tall
in e he will novel ilo above the diad
level of mcdlncrltv This foun of lu-
Justlco Is practiced almost wholly by
well-to-do people nnd very lith peo
ple, who, because their fortunes wete
aetu illy laid In some humble calling,
discountenance Its survival nnd con
tinuance thiougli u sou ns something
socially degrndlng. Thus, for exam
ple, they forco the boj who has ex
hibited a mcrli.tiile.il talent from
childhood, mid eertnlnl) no Interest
or capactt) for figures and books, In
to n counting house, whero his renl
genius Is clipped, and he becomes a
useless nppendago held in place by
It Is a soclil disorder Hint the
weullh which wns treated by ovei
alls tomes to hate them and tlio
tclon who inherits no talent Insepar
able from overalls Is put Into n silk
stocking mid creascd-tiotisei business
to maintain the famllj's newly ac-
K al a ka u a Avenue
P a w a a Lane
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in good locations for rent
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
FOR ISLAND COMMUNICATION
RATES ARE LOW.
tto-j-si r.- j-
ffwn tM J r p 0 m H
iy V TW
Are You Waiting
to own a nice home: nearly
nn acre of land; fruit tiees,
now nearly C cnrs old, grow
ing. You'll flud limes, nivel
nrauges, tangerines, alligator
Vears, choice mangoes. The
house Is modern, there's a
good barn, fences and Its only
two blocks from thu cm lino.
$3000 Will Buy this home
nulrcd "lespectabllltj" or "dignity"
oi social tliss or wuaiever u
chooses to tall It.
'I litis we hive weak shop-kcepeis
where wc would have splendid me
chanics, poor clerks instead of Ilrst
cluss engineers; nnriow -chested
bookkeepers instead of energetic
builders, weak-lunged teachers in
sti id of husk) (ontr.ietois In .fact,
cnl too often, the inept, nerveless,
discontented man niaklus n failure
of life mid loo old to rctincc his steps
bee tube the boy's ) earning for hou
tst overall woik In the trench. III the
round-house, in the machine shop, In
the foigc-iootu, in tlio open Held with
n survc)or's lod, in uuy ot the grimy
and gristly nidlincnlaij work ot the
piofesslons which create wealth out
of mud, tiny, wood, and Iron, was
overruled by internal mandate.
It Is ono of tlio phenomena ot ho
edtty that n ho) wants to be what
his father was if a shoemaker then
it shoemaker; It nn lion-worker then
uu tron-vvoikcr: it nn nitls.ui of any
line then uu artisan In that line; and
the father nnd mother who have
eouie to hate tho smell of Iculhci, or
tlio grime of the smith), tho oll,waste
of tho machine, oi tho sweat ot
downright haul work, cajole or co
cice that boy Into something that is
eentcely dull or respectably stupid,
mid kill the germ that would havo
pioduced the manufacturer, tho me
chanical engineer, ot tho capitalist.
Tlieso pcoplo do not renllzo that
tho great things of this world havo
(omo up tluough tho humble trades;
the) forget that way back in tho
ages Solomon seated u blacksmith on
tho kingly throne to glorify tho mnj
cst) ot worth mid dignity of labor.
11) pot realizing and by forgetting
they divert n llttlo stream of llfo
fiom the point whero It might be
come n great river Into desert sands
which drink it up and glvo back
neither flsh, nor fruit, nor flower.
Happily for the pircnts of Hawaii,
tho educational a) stem of tho Tctil
tor) now includes Institutions that
will equip the ambitious jouth from
tho primary start to tho llnlsu ot
What to do with thn boy is alwn)S
a serious topic, but it will lose somo
of Its dlfllcultlcs for many parents of
Hawaii when more of them know of
tho scopo and plans of Hawaii's Col-
lego of Agrlculturo nnd Jlechunlc
Aits nn institution planned to
equip practical men.
THE TARIFF CONFERENCE
Hawaii Herald .
'I ho discussion of tho tariff qucs
Hon us uffectlng Hawaii, which wns
(list suggested by Dclcgato Kuhlo
beveial months ngo mid Is now en
doibul b) Uovornor Trcar, la both
timely nnd necessary. Wo know on
ly too well that Mr. Taft, It elected
i'lesldent, will havo n consldeuible
quantity of Phlllpplno sugar ndmlt
ted Into tho United Stntes free of
Belts, Gloves, Purses
Next Monday, Aug. 24th
AT 8 O'CLOCK
ttut.v, nnd this must affect the gen
einl niukct plica foi nil sugars whe
ther Imported or grown In this coun
try. The Hepttbllc.in part) Is pledg
ed to a revision ut thn tariff to a ba
sis Hint will (over the difference in
tost of production bctwecAi the Unit
ed States and other luuullles, Then
the Question ionics which foielgn
country will be taken to establish
tho basis of coat will It bo India,
.luvn, or 1'IJI, or llermaiiy, I'rnnce, or
1'ioteetlon means something that
Protects. A tariff that does not pio-
tect and which establishes a rata of
duties that will admit foreign goods
for consumption into tho United
States, In place ot American goods,
Is pinetlenll) lice Tuidc. Tho Dem
ocrat's argue that it is better to be
nblo to buy cheaply. Perfectly true,
If lou nro at work. Hut If wo aro
Importing Uuropeiin clothes, oar own
factories will be Idle, the hands earn
ing nothing, and unable to buy oven
thu cheap goods offered by l'urope,
for Instance. hat good, then, nro
thc? If the fort) million dollars
comfng to these Islands for this
) ear's sugar nop wcro to go to tho
Philippines, what a piett) mess Ha
waii would be In
Tho following articles, that nro
nnd run bo Erown in this Tcrrltor),
niu admitted into tho United -States
free of Uut) : Vnullla henna, coioi,
coffee, sisal, bananas, cocoanuts, co
pra, nibber, nnd miboginy wood. Al
most ever) thing that Hawaii pro
duces, or will in tlino pioduco for
oxport, receives no pioteetton under
thu present tariff. This nffords
abundant miteilil fur a big tnrlrf
light nt Washington Omitting su
gm, thu total value of tloplcal
grown Imports Into the United
States Is, In loiiud uiimbcis, over
inOO.OOO.Ofltl This does not Inclttdo
other products of tho soil Unit can
bo grown in lliwnll, nnd which mo
liupottcd on the mainland, such us:
D)ovvoods, Indigo, lkorlio root, cin
chona bark, (otton, gtopes, Ilgs, rnls-
Ins, walnuts, splits, and tea.
Thero Is ono 1'iee Trade argument
to the erfect tint Protictlon Is of no
benefit to the farmer nnd his agricul
tural crops. Take tlio lurlfr off
wheat mil) sen how quickly Cannda
will' bo shipping her wheat into tho
.Nm thorn States, being nblo to sell nt
a lower prlic theio because tho
freight over the border will bo con
siderably (ess than to Huropc. Again,
turn two( oi thren million factory
hands Idlo, earning nothing nnd with
their savings toon gone. Their en
fortcd idlencbs will lessen tho de
mand fiA eveiy crop grown on
much, fnrm, in- oichard in the Unit
ed Stntes. Who In the Hnstern
States, vvljero most of tho country's
manufacturing is done, will bo able
to buy California's peaches, pears,
plums, nnd other fruits? with less
demand for it. somo will rcmnln In
tho Stntofof the (iolclen (Into and rot
upon tho gtound whllo tho prlco of
what Is sold will slump to correspond
with tho lessened demand.
The prosperity of the farmer de
pends upon tho prospotlty of all oth
er Industrial elements of our popula
tion When tho Indiistilnl classes
me emplojed nt American wages
their consumption of farm products
Is on u liberal scale, nnd they aro
able nnd willing to pay good pi ices
for tlie necessities nnd luxuries of
life. Undor such conditions there Is
n good market for all tho farmer has
foi sale, nnd, under opposite condi
tions, th,e reverse Is Into. Tho Terri
tory of Hawaii is distinctly nn ngrl
iiilturaone nnd must always remain
to llio need for Piotcctlon to ovciy
pioduct of its Boll, picsent and pros
pective, is absolute.
Did jou over stop to consider how
the Pedeinl Government is helping to
Increase our citizen population?
Monday's steamer will bring n dolo
gatlon of professors for tlm ltnwnii
College of Agrlculturo nnd Mechanic
Arts, each of whom will bo mi nddl
tlon lo tho good citizenship and tho
nctivo forces engaged In developing
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Desks and Scats, latest improved de
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the newt of the day.
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