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I3VENIN0 nUIAXTIN, HONOLULU, T. H , TtTHSDAY, MAKCIt 2.1, 1909.
AILY nd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
Sail every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of ech week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY HEWI'APER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
r-e-y -a I Bdltot'UlI Room, - 185
X &t. Business. Office, - 256
tn'eml at Ih rmtAfficr nt Honolulu
s ftf-toiix. va miittr. ,
II ini'lilhein of tin' IjegislutUK1
1 now when Ibex .nt? well off tin
will mil seek u tight with I lie nows
1 .ik i . It l hiii'-h nunc (llllliiilt i
Make u few tif the honorable gen
tlemen appear dignified anil coii
ki limn of their responsibility thnn to
publish nn exact representation. 11
Ik Tin better for representatives i'f
the people ta 150 nbout tholr dully
duties in a manner that will chal
lenge criticism and Ilnlh nul lc bus.
lues in iccord tlmo.
iv.es tho Legislature expect to for
Kit Hie Depositary bill nml tho 1)1
I'.in the amendments to the liquor
law unil thorcby pi event general re
xiKiiin two years henco.
Mm h l expected of tho Hawaii
exhibit it the Alaskn-Yilktm exposi
tion It Is ihls lerriloiy's great op-
U ' 1
One of the Croat troubles In Ha
waii todny Is thnt too many taxpay
ers arc In absolute Ignorance of what
the public schools a 10 doing.
Pittsburg Is runulng a close raco
with San lYanelsio to put tho larger
.number of first citizens behind bats
Jfor cheating the people.
The best lespnntc to fieak laws
for the control or leprosy Is n Joint
Resolution 1 (questing federal contiol
of the leprosy quarantine, the lcp-
losy hoiiltals, and tho Settlement.
Sheilff Jariett must lenlize, that
the responsibility tests solely with
hlin to get tho sort of officers that
will clean tho town of pett thieves
How mnuy Immigrants can you
get If they gain the Impression thut
the people nBklng them to mini) this
way hnie to save money by taking It
out of tho public schools?
' L "
It Is u mistake to hold that there
would bo an Increase In habits of In
dustry In proportion as children .11 e
kept from book-learning. Tho pub
lic school saves tho lazy child fiom
If thoro Is to bo competition In
wireless telegraph communication of
theso Islands there must bo laws to
legulato It. Ulse the peoplo will
llnd their lust condition worso thnn
llnwulfs Hoard of Immigration
should show Itself cnpablo of earn
ing forwurd Its x-ork with tho same
dlsiiatch that tho Legislature put
through tho enabling law. Get to
Honolulu's llttlo Hurry over one
Block In tho market Is n mere noth
inir to tho busy drlvo that will bo
experienced nil nlnng the lino as a
result of I'earl Harbor development
und tho steady Increnso of visitors
Cablegrams' stato that tho I'hlllu
jilnes fear a deficit under fiee tiado
with tho mainland. Docs this mean
'Hint tho riilllpplnes feel so sure of
faxors from Congress that they aro
hedging on tho pmmlso to glvo
.Americans tho preference by a revi
sion of tho Island tariff?
There's no danger of Haxvall's
tinvornnr leslgnlng on account of
outers Issued by the Secretary of the
'interior. Qur ofllrlnls como unilor
the held of those who seldom dlo
nnd novor resign unless they can
uillilo their successors.
in ' , .j-i hi i
It Is tiulv said that tho dreamei
In business alxx-ays has n rudo awak
ening. The dreamer Is tho business
man who does not advertise In the
13 v 0 n 1 11 g II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n and yet ex-1-ects
half of nil tho leading people
who do not know that ho Is In busi
ness to como In and do business with
Add two dollars to tho poll t.ix for
public schools. That will furnish
the needed funds and not give tlxc tn
11 xvlilmpor of piotcst. Something of
this character must bo done If the
l.cgtslnturo of 11109 Is to keep Intuit
the tremendously cumbersome gov-
MARCH 23, 1009
iiinclillier.v of the Toirl-
Tho old guard ntwu)s rights hard
ngnlurt any xvtostliig from It of nii
clcnt power, lint the lnw to linvo
representative of various Inlands on
tho Hoard of I'ubllc Instruction is
right. Some arrangement should be
made, howoxei, to haxo 11 quorum of
members le.-ddent on O.ihu. Other
wIko the Superintendent will be tin
Hoard of l'ulillr Instruction nml I lie
Commissioners more of figureheads
thnn they arc nt the present tl.ij.
With nn agricultural -micro und
nn efficient corps of educators, and
with school tcaiheis of pxpcrlcme.
It should bu posslhlo for tho Depart
ment of l'uhllc Instruction to Inaug
urate n course of study In tho
schools thnt will adapt tho children
to their agricultural surroundings
and Inculcate tho best hnblts of In
dustry. This can bo dono without
marked Increase of expense, though
It Is well worth a liberal nppiopiln
tlon. TAXPAYERS AND THE SCHOOLS.
The only causo for regret In con
nection wltli tho public hearing hold
Monday evening on tho educational
cstloiiB of tho Territory Is that tho
ting was not attended by tho
s 11110 taxpayers who were present nt
1 10 hearings In connection with tho
ixatlon, Immigration, and lonserv-
Had they been present nt this last
mecKJng the) would have learned
much of Interest nml of nIuo (o
them as citizens. This paper Is con
fident thnt they would have added
their xnlco to tho protest against the
niggardly, nlmost criminal, policy of
reducing the efficiency of the public
schools either bj paying the teachers
a pittance or driving tljo children ttf
tender jeais Into the streets.
No legislative rcsslon hold within
Near Town, completely furnished
cottage, two bedrooms.. .$10.00
Wilder Ave, Cottage, two bed
A bargain in the Makiki District.
At.Kaimuki a house and lot on
high ground. Also several lots and
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
ggglfcK KM" MBiHB
Vte'i' ' l x?" i
AV- ,.. -"
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
will buy a new, modern home
in Manoa Valley. Easy terms
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
the dins of tho Territory has over
been marked hy such an outpouilng
of men nml women from nil walks of
life as Hint which centered in tho
Hall of Hcpicsentutlxcs Monday cic
Theic was not one voice raised In
tlie dcfi'iiso of either the reduction
of the salaries of tho public school
teachers or lifting III 15 compulsory
school age. The bentlment of tho
whole guthcilng was one of protest
against the suggestion of such an
outrage of American Institutions r.s
the false economies pioposcd.
The foes of the public sihool In
Hawaii mo theicfore persons who
dare not faco publicity. Their work
must bo dono in tho quiet, secret,
underhanded manner of tho thief,
the cownrd, and tho traitor.
The legislators who follow tho ill
icit Ion and ndvlic of such persons
aro enemies of their country and
their people, nnd they know it.
Hawaii has not lost Its seusu of
lesponslblllty In the education of Its
chlldit'ii, though for the time being
some of our rltlxeiu have becomo In
different and gone lo slenp.
With the 1 ii'illc (onsclcnco onco
moused, tho 11 it I I 0 t 1 11 Is con
vinced Hint the tuxiaHro of tho Tei
ritory would accept an nildltlonal
school-tax levy lather than allow
this Legislature to close Its session
with the Infamous rcaud of adopt
ing tho lower schedule for the teach
pis' salaries or tampeilng with the
compulsory school age.
While progiess Is the word In Ha
waii, the people must proxlde better
pnld teachers mid 11101 o of them, bet
ter school-houses and more of them.
Ily this means alnc max wo expect
better citizens and mnie of them.
IMItor II x e 11 1 11 g II 11 1 1 e t I 11 :
It lu xvitli n feeling of shnmc, as .in
AiuoiUun, born and bred, thai I lead
tho txio-cnlumn heading on the edl
loilal page of .Mnich HI til Issue of
the 1-3 v e n 1 11 g Bulletin, "Sp.uo
IVir shame that such 11 condition
should exist that would mil for
such an ablo nrtlclo as follows thnt
heading, especially In American ter
illory, and under the protection of
1 say for shame on tho mnu who
xvould entertain 11 thought of iiBlng
the ax on a single leaf, twig, brunch
ot loot of the tice of knowledge.
And, by the way, Mr. IMItor, Is it
posslblo for xou to name tho man lu
xvhoso diminutive comprehension
this stab at education oilgliialed?
Only one brain hatched this scheme
of Clay-Webster brilliancy, whereby
educational stock must be xvnleied
to that one bundled cloiks may be
kept busy doing the work of'twent
Hve! I say, If xou know the name
of this person with tho blg-llttlo
thliik-box who Incubated such nn
un-American lino of icticnchnient,
or pei haps I should say economy,
Mndly pi lut It In good, big typo. Hut
Linen and Pique
JUST IN BY EXPRESS
Latest Eastern Models
$18.50 to $30
A History of the Sugar In
dustry. K. D. Mead
Hawaiian Beokoepinpj A. F.
Rubber In Hawaii -William
Land Laws of Hawaii W. A.
hiIi.i..- I am going too fast. i
n thi' supportciR ot this public
school butchering net Americans? '
Oi me they Americans for what1
theie Is lu It, and nt heart belong
to that class who believe with Cliaiii
I'cilnln, who says "Kducnto the
masses and you loso control of
It does not follow, nnd lu fact Is
not the rule, that too inuih educa
tion has a tendency to unlit a per-'
son for, or cause them to think '
themselxes above doing it good, hard
day's work. ,
The deep xvcll of knowledge U '
dinwn upon to a greater extent by'
tho mechanic than by tho ilerk or I
the bookkeeper. With the latter
class their work becomes of a sing
song sameness day after day. With '
the mechanic thcio aic new prob
lems coming to tho surfaco nearly
eiery hour which must bo solved
then and thcuv and for that reason
this deep well of knowledge must be
alwaiu on tap, This world, nnd es
pecially these Inlands, aro far moio
lu need of chilled mechanics than
llducatc, by all .moans, cducuto
Spaio the (loxeinmeut building
satellites mid spoil the public school .
Nxnteni (with apology to "spare tho
lod and Hpullo the child").
Ily tho way. Mi. Kdilor, I would
like lo ask this coiiuiidiuiir. If a
county needs to leliench or ccono
ml'.e. and It must do tho not only
un-American but uiiclxlllzed act ot
squeezing the educational blanch, is
it bcttCi- to knock a bllio off the sal-
nrj of an aliendy undm-pnld public
school teacher who Is iccclving lu
the iielgllboihood of $15 lo $G. per
mouth, or taking a shy at the $18u-
pci -mouth salary paid lo the band
Honolulu, March i3, '09.
Kastern visitor shocked by soliees
of society people In Yosemlfj x-alluy.
Madame Stelnhell Implicated In
nun dor of husband by servant's
Huiliiigloii mad meets ttulim I'a
elite's cut In tlmo between Deuxer ami
(ioxoiuor (illicit praises woik done
li Kuderal docloiH lu crusade against
Justice Tappan accusod by elenl,
who says his dlioico eomplaliil was
. Best Illustrated
Most Worth --While
A Partial List of Contributors follows
A Hundred Plantation Scenes and many pictures of
who do things in Hawaii
Every bona fide subscriber of the EVENING BULLETIN will receive a copy of the
Industrial Edition as part of the issue of March 25; to all others the price will be 50 cents per copy, wrap
ped ready for mailing, at the Bui 1 c t i n office.
Made to Order. Special de
signs submitted on request.
Orders for Wax Seals and
Commercial Die Work re
ceive Prompt Attention at our
H. F. Wichman & Co.
LUNCHES end DRiHKS
The most ponular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
have not seen nil the sights unlejs
they visit the
Dr. E. V. Wilcox
Hawaiian Tobaooo - Jarcd G.
The Coffee Industry Dele
The Pineapple Industry... Jas.
MANY BID FAREWELL
One of the laigiKt condi on U'coid
x niched the drpmiiii' in Hie I'.iclfl"
Mall liner Miinchml.i this noon at the
The .M.incluula united esleiday af
ti'innon, urter an unexeiitfiil trip fiom
the Orient, Out of r.uu tons or frelpht
In her hold, lii.ll tons was iiuloadi'i'
ihcie. Among Iho Items of the
Uirouuli cargo Is a consignment o( ran
silk, xalued lit $Snn,GU0. Tho silk cm
!go will be shipped to New Voik and
I At about 11:30 o'clock the Hawaiian
baud arrived from tho Manna K i
v. half and iilaycil in honor of the t'.i
'parting pnsseiigcis. On boiril lln lln-
,ir, u large nuiiiber of pitimlnent loin'
I people weie throwing lels around I'ielr
h lends' necks and hiixiug good-bj e.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Mis. Inoiie. a Japanese xyinian, was
thuiged lit the Police Couit Willi sidl
ing liquor without a license. This case
was worked up by Mr. rennell, the In
spector, who used the old sthenic of
thi' infoi mer mid 'the miiiked cuius.
Attorney l.lghtfnot defended the e ise
und A. M, Hum n piosented. Tho ev-
Ideiieonf the Inlonuur and Mr. l'onnell
lid not tally as to' certain details.
Judgo Audrnde, howuxer, scut tho case
on to tho til and Jury.
Tho caBC again A. S. Vebbr, the
chauffeur, for fuilous nutomobllu Mill
ing, was nolle piossed.
iManl M. Hnker, who was up for
bcntlng his wlfo, got a sovcru Ictuie
1 1 om Iho Juiliiu. and on'piomisiiig lo
abstain fiom thrashing his wife, i.i In
tuit', was ullowed to dupait,
O-rawa, who U alleged to lmi
passed u glided half dollni as u genu
ine gold coin, was remanded till
Thicc .lupaueso gamblers who woie
urionleil on a charge of phiylim pulktiu,
foi felted , their hill this m irnliu.
Wc.lter Jiihnsou, who tried to set a
now mail; lu tho beor-clum lug com
million, now being brought oil. failed
at his first alloiiipt, nml had to mu
ll Undo four plunks to tho luvvuuo.
Wully Is now neon I fucniie i n- the
Sheriff .lanott Is confine I it bli
loom with u had touch of grip (June
a number of Hie court ofllcliils are suf
leiing fiom colds.
A Chinaman nnini'il Lee Konu "In 1
held for linostlgatloii nt the l'ollcn
Station. He is suspected by Hie i -i
lice to bo Iho man who droie il," hsi l
thai killed young Waterman last an I.
I bnj witness stales thnt he tbli.'c i I.e.-,
Koou Sin Is the man.
(Icoige McJ.i'an, the fcima who I.i
tli.iigi'd wiih thii-ntf Ding hi. liini ,,r
flcer was rcudi-d till Mnr.li .'
AUTOS COLLIDE ON
Aulonioblle 125, owned by Mr.
Wanen, was coming down Alakea
sticet on tho Kwn side, xvhen nn
unuiiiubeied car, belonging to tho
xou llamni-Voung Company, ci.ishcd
lutli It. Tho accident haiipcncd nt
fi:30 o'clock estciday afternoon,
und a pollru ollker who was an eye
witness of tho collision, states that
Mr. Win luu was sounding his horu
but the other drlior xvus not. War-
i oil's car caught tho hind wheels ot
the other auto, und broke them off.
No. 125 was buckled up lu flout;
no one was Injuicd.
FOR THE DRUMMER.
lrdllnr 13 v u n I n g 11 u 1 I o t I u :
Ixliullj allow mo space In xnt.r incist
popular pajior. Does the Territory
not come under tho Constitution of
tho United Stutcs? If It Ucmm. then
wo liuvo to obey tho laws which aro
passed by Congress, do w'e not? Call
this Tenllory pass laws to stop Intel -Stale
commerto? Please lot some of
our gieat men who aio now trying
to get n law pabscd tuko notice and
'load what tho Supremo Court of tho
l' lilted States nt Washington handtd
down by Mr. Justice Hr.idley.
Youih for the drjinimor,
Honolulu. March 83. 'DO.
No null-Japanese leglshitlnn will b
enuclod lu Montana Ihls session, iu
luoasuioa hurlns ))f0) killed nnd cm
other not bavin been acted on lu thu
fjM jgi rilgHB fmrtj ri 1 r aL