Newspaper Page Text
WPW 'V''vyf"v'-''yp' ' lywfH'jyywjyj'--
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,' SATURDAY, SHI'T. 12, 190S.
the QUALITY BREW
Its Brewed for those who want the
AT the gates of Paris every
market-man stops and pays
. a little tax upon- the .food he
carries in for sale. This -is, the
famous Octroi. Every night the
endless procession of the gardeners
of France files into, the gates, pay- -
ing it.' " The little
to the great, market place of the
The advertising rates in the
Evening Bulletin arc the octroi
tax which admits your goods to
the Market Place of Hawaii.
Like the tax of Paris it makes a
trifling' burden upon the price of
the goods for sale; and it makes it
possible to sell them. '
To the Market-place
.'W - v
" . mvrj .
The Evening Bulletin
tax admits them'
V .'S, A
v y ..'
New High School Ready
For Opening of Schoo
Honolulu's now lligli School win
yesterdn) thrown oiieii to Ilia publlo
for the first tlmo In :i public recep
tion, unci It wan filled with eager
students, thoughtful parents, mill
great good-wlshcis tho entire after
noon. Shortly after' 4 o'clock the re
ception room began to fill ami It
was not long boforo tho distinguish
ci) speakers, led hy Mr, lkibbttl, took
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion jlnhhltt, (o whole untiring wnih
Honolulu In a great measure owes
tho McKlulcy High School, Introduc
ed another nwn who had done won
ders for tho rducatio.i of tho oung
In tliln city Prof. M M. Scott. Mr.
Ilabliltt refened to tho great v nrk
that had been done by "Daddy"
A V,' '
' ' '
M'KINLEY MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL FORMALLY OPENED FRIDAY
Scott under ndeise conditions, and,'
with the gieatest confidence-lu tho
world. It was that hn handed li tm
tho koy to tho hew building, know
ing without n doubt that If "D.uld"
had bocu able to do so well, as ev
eryone could testify. In old crowded
buildings, that lip could look foiwaril
to Bcclnrr tho efforts of tho principal
ci-ow.nod'j'wltli much moro succcfh
In tbo Jiew. Mr. Dnbbltt Bpol.o of
Mr. Scott with all respect when ho
aldj'"DaddV" It being a term more
or endearment than or im tiling else.
And the latter' slpiwed that lie under
stood this, and Jho ast waof good
feeling that swept over the chtlro
audleuco towards him, whcuVhd ac
cepted .tho ltoy'oT the building from
Superintendent UnhblttTund. with It
the new building foi htsdilxh&chooli"
Mr. Scoltwas groeteilj-'tt th '. tho
chceia of the audleuco and jio eald,
almost reverently, when "'ho recehed
tho key riom Mr. l).tbliltt;''TlilK key
Is 8ymbollc"of the unlocked door of
equal opportunity to manhood and
wpmauhood, without regard to cither
i.ico or color
"It Is tho Ideal of all modem civi
lization, and especially It Ih the Anu-r
lean Ideal, to glo boilcty such eio
nouile, political, and Indiibtrlal lluld
Itj nnd mobility that tho hcaUcst
(contrary to the law of phjslcs) may
rise to the top. And though all who
mako tho effort ni.ii not succeed, tho
effort Itself Is gloiluits.
"And to this little man hero wo
all owo a gnat debt. He has shoul
dered n great icspouulhlllt; ho lias
worked without tiro; ho Ii.ih ddcr
mlncd to gho UH tho best with tho
money at his disposal and ho has
done It, Mr. Dahhltt li.m mailc. n suc
cess of tho building of tho McKlnloy
l)rmer Goornoc Gcorgo H. Carter
T ,BMI m77 1 it TV-"
A Lending: Japanese Resident who Bchcm Japanese Childicn Educated
. in Hawaii's Schools Will Be Loyal Americans A
was the next speaker and ho wan In
troduced by PiofciMii Sinlt
"Hawaii is Hod's Jewel-box," Obv'
einoi Carter began. ' Info it tic lias
placed every natural gem He hasi
given nn Ideal cllmutc and a fertll
lt or toll enu.tl to the production of
an) thing. And thou lie plated this
Jcvvol-liox of nature within the grand
eat ocean of tho globe.
"Willi these gift the problem h.
Can man prodiuo u (teiturc hero
euual to lhls,;rfcM cn Irnnnicnt?
lu tills problem undoubtedly ono of
tho Kieatest elements Is cducitlon.
Ah citizens and taxpivori It Is our
duty to reo that free and nbund.int
opiiortunlty is given to every child
to secure tho nthnnt.igiH of cducii-
tlon. I believe It Is fundamental In
Amerlian thought that every child
shall lmo such advantages.
"It seems to mo that hero In Ha
waii, with out cosmopolitan popula
tion, wo hno been given the oppor
luiitt) to perfoun oinn groat Beivko
In the United States and tho world.
It has been! given us to show that
citizens can bo Iliads out of any kind
of hnman'lielnir. whatever the color.
mid that our civilization Is s'uperlpr
to anv other mid nccit not shrink
ft (ini contact or, companion wth any
other, not even the oldest.
'Theie Is' no danger from an nllqn
Voting lioiililallon 'i"ucpt such' as wo
tb' ouijsclVs llj suggestion, and
b expression of uiutontpt or of hat'
red. Had Gicit llrltaln at the close
of tho Revolution decreed by consti
tutional enactment that no Amcrl-
can nor desceaihnt of'nn AmerlcTi'1ryt" hcf;Mild(I'!JIucated lu ( tfiu
coull qver becotne a Ilrltsh subje'etj ycpols'tyfjihlj tiuntry along with
American lo).ilt would liave iccoll- other American children, will (jo
od of Itself, nnd as Americans we notlilngibut true Ameiicniia lojul
would hao been innro ilovolcdly loj
al than ever to Miierlcan, and no
Belf-rcspectlng American would ccr
hnvu hiiomo a llrltlsh subject. IT
wo nro tine to our Ideals wo need
fe ir nothing.
I homctlmes think Hawaii Is ilea-
lined to perform soma gie.it seivlco
lo tho United SJate.i. Tho annexa
tion of tlie.e Islands Is without pre
cise duplication In hlstor. Our lit
tleness, our ImiI.iI Inn, our compara
tively small whltu population, the
absence of a inbldlo class, and tho
v:.inlluess of tin ill holdings of land,
ts apparent to oven I tailor. Hut the!
lido of grc.il Int'los Is hometluies
turned bj the stiiigghv about koiiio
fenco corner, or iiiouud iouio liuig
ulfliant inouiiil vvheio tho iiuinborH
engaged nio mmll So wo may bo
educating now tome man, wlflto or
brown or cllow, whb shnll show the
Ir '-' B
vvorld Fomo great Ideal. Our attitude, i
on inicstlons and problems may Il
luminate tho position great nations
"Are wo keeping our magnificent
dcstlio In view? This Is Hawaii's
opportunity Let us so educate our
youth, so Impress them with the
ilnrnctor we would have them lime,
tli.it whcrcor they may be they will
bo recognized as from Hawaii."
Representing the Chinese part of
tho community, Itev. Kong Tim Tct
told hdw tho Chinese of this section
ically appreciated the having of uo
title a school and such excellent In
Hrtutors. Ho said that China was
trjlng to overcome tho prejudices of
centuries, and ho believed that It
would bo through tho efforts of theso
MmngtttoiH now rerclvlng n Western
education that this would bo accom
plished. 12 A. C. Long was then Introduced
niul he spoke at length on tho need
of freo education In frie countries.
Consul Korstor, representing tho Kn
gllsh portion of tho community, was
brimful of Jokes and witty nnccdotcJ,
but he got down to hard-pan when
ho began to talk about tho need of
stud) Ing modern languages. Pastor
Pelmy told of the relations that
should and some that do exist be
tween tho school and tho home. l'r.
Katsukl, from the land of students,
was lntioduccd and he made ono of
the most Interesting addresses of tho
afternoon. Ho stated that the Jap
an esq born In tills country,, educated
nere, niiu urougui up iicre, woum
never po aii)iuiiiB uui uue,
Dr. Katsukl tliunked the pe,oplo of
'Hawaii for tho whole-souled Interest
they Ijad ftikon Ui. the bringing up of
thq Japanese ejijdrcu lnaii, aimo-
sphere of culturo andiiefruei'ncnt', and
as ,a jcsult of. this training fie said
that America could evcc,,cpunt on
the joungor.gcucratlon ot Japanese,
as well ,im,,thoso older, wuO,imdcr
well ,im,.tljoso older, vUo(,i(n
iod ooniU(iiru, s lier fi lends'.
"TlicJaVVnVso Urh' Intli'lci
stood oontUtihXi N ?ir nlcnd. t.
The Japanese born Irt IhW -cou
to the flag and to the principles of
their country. '
"Tho Japancso born in Jap-in but
educated In America, as I am, nro
tecklng to hind closer tho American
and Jiipinesc friendship, which, be
ginning with I'errj, Is not like oull
I'naiy friendships, but Is u traditional
friuidihlp, and nothing can cvei un
tie the knot of that friendship."
ltepresent.itlvo Castro spoko for tho
Portuguese section of Honolulu, and
ho told how they icallzcd tho .ih t
opportunities that were thcro as a
lesult of hard work and untiring ef
foil on tho part ut thoto In author-
Judge H.uiford II. Dole told of tho
lhlorira helling of the grounds on
vvhli li tho new High Sehool Is situat
ed, and he Hpo'se of tho old motto, lu
effect that the life of tho land was
(btthlishcd In ilghiccmsncvi. Ho
pild n tllhuto to tho Into A. T. A(
kliihim, who Insisted that tho school
should he a freo school.
Prof. Scott paid n eompllment ami
Irliiiitn to tho builder of tho school.
Mi Chalmris, who had done moio
vvoik for less nioni'v for public
fehools lu Hawaii than any other
man lu the list tweiil-llvo c.irs.
Tho Washington (D. C.) Hoiahl of
rug. 18 sajs:
Patllotlc exercises In cnnuucmoin
(Ion of tho annexation of tho Hawaiian
Islands were held Inst night h Col
Theodoio Roosevelt Oarilson, No. 71,
Army and Navy Union, nt (1. A. It
Hall, on Pcuus)lniila uvonuo lu ml
dltlon to a largo uiembcishlp of tho
Roosevelt .(Inrrlwiu, thcro weio pres
ent largo delegations from each of tho
other garrisons of tho Army nnd Navy
Union In Washington,
Tho feattiio of tho evening's exor
cises was tho prokontatlnn to tho gai
risen of n large Aircrlcan flag by Wll
llnm A. Hlckey. Commander A. C
llroackor responded with n brief ad
dress, complimenting tho comrades
upon their enthusiasm and expressing
tho hopo Hint tholr lojaltj to tho in
gatilnitlnn would be IiicumscmI lu lie
eoulniico with the glowing member-t-ltlp
(lerniauy ends riench plans lu Mo
locio b) demanding Immcdlalo rec
njiilllon of Mulnl Hafld as Sultan
Dr. I'll del lik Rlisten of Oni ilia
vas nivsteilotisly killed on the
IthicMiold of his own homo.
Girls wlio M-nrk for tlieir llviiif;
nro csjiccially pxjwsoil to tho ilangi'iN
ing nil ilny, or Fittins in cr.iiniiod
jxHitions ; walking to ami from their
pliu-ci of uinployinent in lnjil pather
till trnil to lnvalc (low u their ilulicato
No class of women nro in necil
of Kre.itcr assistnneis anil tliou-
s.uiils of letters lilco the loiiow
inp; ilemonstnito tho fact tli.it
restores tho feiiiinino system to a
stimifr, healthy, normal condition.
Jli-ts Ahliy I. HirniWH, of Xolson-
itk',01iio, writes to .Mrs. l'inklujin:
" t was very sick, hnd dull bend
nches, pntn lu mv lmck, niul nfcmliiluo
vveiknes. I lnd been to nevcnil doe
tors nnd they did mo no good, l.vdla
I Pliikhnin's Vegetable Compounil
mnde me well and Ml cine;, nnd I can do
most nnvklndof work. I nm In letter
hcilth tlinn I ever was, and It Is all duo
to vour medicine."
Miss Lillian Koss.of r.10 K.SJth St.,
Now Yoik, mites to .Mrs.l'lnUham:
" I hnd a female, trouble, nervous
headaches, and nn tired nil the time,
nudcouhl not sleep. I.Jcllalll'lnltlinm's
Vegetiblo Conipound mado mo feel so
much better Hint I hopo every woman
who suffers as I did will try It."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty u-ars Lyilia K. I'ink
liara's Vfffetablo Connwunil, niailo
from ropts and heibs, lias been tho
standard remedy for feiiiinino (ills.
nmlliauti.atl tvnlt'nllrnfl (hnltcntiilunf
Uvomcn. AVliy don't you try it?
Mrs. Pinklinui, I.jmi, Mnss.,
incites nil Nick women to write
her f or udv k'-. '
l ! .
- REGISTRATION. NOTICE.
-iTho,Bnirdof 'Registration for Iho
Uluid'of "Oahu will mct at tho nlaccs
herellibclo.v naucd nt tho times given
for. tho purpose of examining uppll
tants for reginlratloii as voters, at tho
coming olectlon,-Autid determining
their eligibility: '
In tho Mngoon, building, on tho cor
ner of Al.ikea and Merchant 'streets,
In Honolulu between tho liouia of 8
to lu v'llbik n. m . 12 to 1 o'clock p
m. nud 4 to 7 o'clock p in of each day
6xccpt SmulajB, beginning September
1st, 1908, and continuing until and In
cluding Saturday, tho 19th day of
ON .MONDAY, September 21. 190S: "
At I'uuloi R. R. Station fiom
T.tC o'clock a. 111. to 9 SO o'clock
Alea It. It. Station, 9:40 o'clock
n in. to 1:2' o clock ii. in.
Pearl City II. II. Station, 3
o clock p. m, to 6 . m ,
ON' TUi:SI)AY. Hoptonibor 22f
Wiilpihu Mill, S:ir, o'clock n. m
to lliuO o'clock n. in.
Hwn Mill fiom 1 o clock a.m. to
3 SO o'clock p. in
Vnlaimi) Court Hoiihc, S o'ofock
to 7 o'cloe k p in
WUDNHSDAY, Septi lilbcr 2.1:'
Makii-f Railroad Station, 10 to II
o'clock n. in.
'Waliilua Court House, 1 to .1
o'clock p. m. and S to S o'clock
THURSDAY, Scptonbcr 21:
Knhuku Mill, 1 lo .1 p. in.
I.alu D.meo Hall, f,.J0 to 8 p in.
ntlDAY, Soptcmbcr 20:
Hiuala Court IIiiulc', & lo 9 n. m.
Wnlkiuo Church 12 to 1 p. in.
Kancoho Cciint Ilouc. fi to & p. m
SATURDAY, Scplonibcr St.:
Wiiliiiiiiinlo PliliUitloa Olllco, !) lo
12 o'clock in.
Tho Ho in! of Registration will rn
liirmi to Honolulu Monday, Sept. 2Mb,
190b, for tho yurposo of lofstorlug
voteis between Iho bouts of 8 to 10
o'clock n. ni 12 to 1 o'clock p in.
and 4 to 7 o'clock p m dnll except
Sundays, up to and Including October
SAMUr.I. P. CI1II.I.IN(!W0RTII.
JOHN n. IIOI.T, IR,
A ST. . PIIANAIA,
Hoard of Kcitlstratlon,
Honolulu, July 21 190S
4007 Aug. 1, 8. IE, 22, 29; Sopt 5, 12
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
Illank hooka of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc manufactured by the Uulhttu Pu!i
ix thi: circuit couut or tiih
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In Probate. In tho
.Matter of tho Kstnte of Ward S.
Ilartlett, lato of Kalaupipa, Molo
kal, Deceased. Order of Notlco of
Hearing Petition for Administration.
On reading and filing tho petition of
J. D McVeigh or Honolulu, OjIiii,
nlleglng that Ward S Hartlctt of
Kalaupapi, Molokal, died Intestate at
Kalaupapa, Molokal, on tho llOtli day
of June, A I) 190S, leaving property
In tho Hawaiian Islands ncdcssaiy
to bo ndiiilnlstcreil upon, and prajitig
that letloiu of administration Isduo
to him, said J 1) McVeigh, It Is or
dered tlut Tlmrsiln. the Sih dny ot
October, A. I). 1008, nt 10 o'clock
a m , be and hcrcb) Is appointed fir
hearing said petition lu tho court
loom of this court at Wallnkii, Maul,
at which time nnd place nil persons
'.nn.nHinil (nil fltmi.fir tltlll ullfl
v,ii;,.i n j ..iu. ........
lausc, If any the lme, why Bald
petition should not bo granted, and
that notlco of this older ho publish
ed In the Kngllsh language for tin en
successive wieks In tho Hvcnlhg llul
Ictln, a d.ill) newspaper printed and
published In Honolulu, tho last pub
lication to bo not Icsb tlinn ten dnja
pievlous lo the time therein uppolnt
ed for hearing
inted nt Wallnkii, Maul, Septem
ber ."., 190S
(Sd ) A M. ItnPOIICAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the 2nd Circuit
Attest (Sd ) i:i).Mt'.'l) II HART,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
(Seal) 2nd Circuit
1098 Sept B, 12, 19. 2ti
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SKC-
ond Circuit, ot tho Territory of Ha
waii. At Chambers. Rachel !c-
gandt s. Paul Wlegandt. l.Ihcl In
Divorce. Order of Publication of No
tice of tho Pendency ot Suit. Upon
rending tho libel herein filed tho Sill
day of January, 190S, and tho return
thereof signed by Win. Henry, High
Sheriff of tho Territory ot Hawaii,
si. I It appearing from tho affidavit of
pa I'd llhcltnnt this day filed that alio
has mado due nnd diligent Inquiry as
to the whereabouts ot hoc husband,
paid libellec, but has; mj far been un
successful up to tho present time. It Is
thcreforo ordqred by the Court that
notice by publication of tholpendency
of bald cnuso bo made! according to
lawj and that such notlco bo publish
fd'ln the livening Bulletin, ti news
tapers printed and published In tho
dty ot Honolulu, County or Oahu, T.
II., for six weeks, said notlco to ap
pear six times once a'wcefc, and that
said caliso bo heard before thoudgo
at ChSiniborH in the courtroom of this
Court In Vv'alliiku. Mniil, on SATUR
DAY, OCTbllHR' i. 190S,, at 9:30
o'clock ii tho forenoon of said day.
' Dated at WnlluUu. Maul. T. II,
August 4, 1908.
lly the Court:
(Seal) KDMUND II. HART.
Clerk of raid Court.
Aug. in, 22, 29; Sept. C. 12, 19.
Phone 397 r;
YOUNQ AND TENDER
BEST 5o CIGAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Private and Confidential Detective
( lite U tar mimtini
InlutiDUf o; ulrrrtiia it
f la It. UT
I frt ftat itakuuii,
ACmcitiiiTi.Q.liKtfl M". tiJ but airirt
gwnl or pl nuni
viivuiw mui vu l4ur
JMa l j , i (u j