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EVENING tlUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TlllinBDAY, APUIt. 1 ,1909.
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The Sennto put the nnnunl session
lesolutlon Just where It belongs.
That should settle It tor man) yearn
IM. rollltz might sn, "I told )ou
ro." If he wanted to remind Hono
lulu that ho has nlv.i)s preached
good times for Hawaii.
Sheriff .lurrctt Is taking the right
step, and none too sunn. Ho hat In
deed given his Chief of Detectives .1
fair trial, and satisfied every politi
cal obi leal Ion. Now chase the burg
lars with men who can get them.
The members of tho House are to
bo congratulated on tho piompt pis
dago of tile 'Administration bill for
tho belter treatment of leprosy. The
recognition of the advance of science.
in dealing wnn una iieaso ami inu
necessities for complete eradication
will go far toward Incicaslng the con-
fldence of tiialnlandcis in tho govern-
mcnt of this Territory.
ODR WELCOME GUESTS.
Honolulu has nlna had n cordial
welcome for tho representatives of
tho Japanese nation. Our people con
sider it a distinguished honor to not
only extend tho Aloha of Hun alt hut
to llrst express tho good-will of tho
American peoplo to lsttors from the
Tho special placo Japan holds In
tho progress of these Islands need not
be reviewed in detail. Hawaii first
(ought out tho Japanese and has not
turned from Kb friendly nttitudo to
ward that nation and tho recognition
of Its peoplo on terms of perfect
equality and highest consideration.
Having recently entertained our
own officers and men whllo on a tour
of good-wlll, it is a pleasure to do, tho Naval Station, the marines
our share in reciprocating tho rc. ' Presented arms n honor of tho dls
mnTkablo evidences of friendship I "Mulshed naval officers of Mivon.
.K. ,... ,.,.nitiv. u..i,ii in Tho reception Insted a fow mlnutis,
STRIKING THE CHILDREN AGAIN.,
The men who boliovo that public
school education does not promote
tho hnblts of Industry among tho
youth of the land should glvo son0
of their undivided attention to tho
wujwnrd solons of tho Houso of Itep
n tentative, who In tho midst of an
agitation for better educntlon adapt
ed to the Industries of tho Territory
havo very foolishly cut out the Item
Ou industrial training in tho public called on Governor Frcnr at tho Cap
cchools. iltol. Tho Oovcrnor v. Ill return his
Each )car the Intelligent people of call tomorrow morning at 11 o clock.
Hawaii aro becoming convinced of tho , Official Reception.
need for better agricultural training' ConsulOeneral U)cno will hold a re-
,, , i, i , ., .i i ccptlon on Monday evening, April 5, nt
among tho children In tho schools g.0 Oclock , ja,mncB0 c'oniluIato
Hawaii Is not alono in this. Ono , 0oI1Criil. Tho reception will bo an In
of tho last mid most Important acta .vltntlon nffnlr.
of Presldont Itoosovelt previous to Ath'tetlc Sports,
giving up tho duties of ofllco was to) Tho local entertainment commltteo
nppolnt a commission to Investigate B prepurlng for athletic sports to bo
tho farm llfo of tho country. Among held In tho llo)s' Field. There will bo
tlm lmmedlato needs nolnted out by wrestling nnd fencing matches. A
the Commission was tho following: Ibanoball nlno from tho Bqundron Is
- , , . , , , , . ., ' nnxloua to got a match with Hawaii's
Second, a new kind of, school in thc , Dno
country, which shall teach thc chil-nack Union.
dren as much outdoors as indoors, soU Tho hack union, owning about six
that they will prepare for country i ty-Boven carriages, will tnko tho om
life instead of as now, for life in ' ccr 'own ' Moanalua gardens and
town. I Wnlklkl,
Th'o President In his special mes- During tho slay of tho cruisers hero.
snee to (Wress delivered himself ns.11'0 n'CI w' ' Ktvon slioro liberty In
Thcro must bo not only n fuller
scheme of public education, hut
n new kind of education ndaptcd
to tho real needs ot tho farming
' THE COUNTRY SCHOOLS ARE
. TO l)E SO REDIRECTED THAT
THEY SHALL EDUCATE TIIEItl
1 PUPILS IN TERMS OF THE
DAILY LIFE. Opportunities for
training toward the agricultural
, callings aro to bo multiplied nnd
, mado broadly effective.
', This means redoubled offorts '
for bettor country schools, ami a
:- vastly InrrenBed Interest In tho
wolfaro of country boys and girls
on tho part of thoso who pay
tho uchool taxes. Education by
means of ngrlculturo Is to bo
a part of our rogular public
school work. Spoclal agricultur
al schools aro to bo organlzod.
In the face of this will tho peoplo
,7."Tl" ...:'.. .; ir.,,..ll !!. ll.nl,.
ofitTietTerrltorV ot Hawaii allow their
tntcrtd it tb Poutoffic at Honolulu
as ftcond cIim muter
.. APRIL 1. 1809
representatives to vote down a mea
ger appropriation for Industrial
iWlint a record that would he for
Hawaii! Wlint n commentary on tho
public spirit that has risen so nobly
to make provision for Immigration
and a stronger Americanism!
Habits of practical Industry In tho
Public Schools muBt not lie slighted
If tho best results In the building up
of strong American manhood and
womanhood uro to bo obtained.
'Continued from Pace I)
concerts during the stay of tho fleet
here. It is not decided ns yet when
the first publ'c, concert will bo given.
Sampan Fleet Greets
The Japaneso sampan fleet, In tow
of ,t8 nBgh,,, n gasollno launch,
wpn out to Krcct tho gq,lniiron tna
morning splendid formation. All
tlic sampans wero decorated with the
American and Japaneso flags, and aB
they hung around tho cruisers day-
Kht fireworks wero discharged.
The Pioneer, carrying tho general
entertainment committee, and tho Ha
waiian Hand, was also decorated.
Admiral Calls on Rees
At 11 o'clock this forenoon Admir
al Ichljl, accompanied by Captains
Ishll and Sato of tho two crulors
and I.lcut. Slitmomuru, flag lieuten
ant to tho Admiral, rode over to tho
' Naval Station to return their calt on
Commandant Hoos. Tho reception lu
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ctntloncd here, Lieut. Comdr. Moses,
Captain of tho Yard, Paymaster Horn
bcrgcr, tho Naval Surgeon, and Ma
jor Long of tho Marino garrison be
, lng in attendance. As tho carriage.
, of Captain Ilecs, bearing Admlrnl
' Ichljl, and Consul Goncrai Uycno, en-
after which Admlrnl Ichljl and
sB(K)ner lm(1 A(IuIral
tered his carriage after thanking
Captain Hces fur his courtcs; than n
satuto of thirteen guns from tho Na
val battery was fired. He und his
staff stopped and acknowledged the
Call On Governor.
Shortly after they left th! Naval
Station, Admiral Ichljl nnd staff, Flag
Lieutenant Shlmomiiru, Consul Gener
al U)cno and Captains Ishll and Sato
tho afternoons aftor tho completion of
tho coaling of tho cruisers, which com
Veterans of Ruito-Japan War.
Willi tho cxcoptlon of tho ory
young, almost all tho officers of tho
squadron aro veterans of tho Russo-
L Japan war. Many of thorn havo heen
decorated uy tno l-:micror ror dis
tinguished services lu battle.
All along tho waterfront this morn
ing tho anxious crowd of Japanoso
gathered and watted for tho cruisers
to dock. Tho men and women, and
their children, woro In their best at
tire Tho children carried tho Japan
oso flags and wero evidently anxious
to go on bourd tho warships to seu tho
Admiral, who brought tho ships hero
Chief among tliu offlcors aro tho fol
lowing: Aso, the flagship Admiral H. Ichljl,
commander-in-chief; chlof of Btaff,
Commander N. Sakamoto; flag lieuten
ant, T Shlmnmura; captain, Y Ishll;
commander, It, Kubo; chlof navigator,
II. Okamura; chief gunner. N. Shlral.
shl; chlof torpedo guard. T Yoknchl;
chief surgeon, Y. Suglmoto; chief en-
FEW YEARS AGO a
was able t save a
every mont'a (she
school) went to a lea ling business man and asked him to
advise her how to inv.-st her small surplus. He told her
to buy Ewa stock. Shi purchased a few shares, and then
every time she got a l.ttle money ahead she bought more.
Now she has fifty shares; they cost her on an average
125.00 a share, making a total investment of ?1,
250.00. She has piid no attention to fluctuations in
market prices of stocks; she did not buy for speculation,
but for investment, and now her monthly income from her
Ewa shares is $10.00 or 120.00 a year. That is
9.6 per cent, on her investment. This is not intended as
advice: it is simply a little bit of history. But if you wish
to discuss the question of stocks and bonds, or investments
of any kind, it is' our basiness to serve you. Command us.
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock & Bond Exchange.
glneer, K. Mntsuznvva; chief paymas
ter, M. Mlzund.
Cruiser Soya Captain, T. Safo;
commander, N. Yoshlokn; chief nav
igator, Kanno; chief gunner, Takn
kura: chlof engineer, Tomlyasu: chief
surgeon. Suzuki: chief Paymaster. a-
siidn; chief torpedo guard, T. Nllno.
On board tho two cruisers there aro
SENTENCED FOIt ASSAULT.
Fresno, Cal March 22. Kmmott
Klgglns. a contractor, tried several
years ago and acquitted of tho inur -
der of Robert E. Denne. n vineyard-
1st, was today sentenced by Judgo
Austin to spend 14 years In San
Quentin for an assault with n deadly
weapon upon Al Krelss, a real estnlo '
PUIIPLE MOTHER" HEMAINS.
san uiego, uai., Aiurcn -i. tuu
report emanating from Boston to tho
epori emanaiing irom oosion 10 mu
cct that Mrs. Katherlno Tlnglcy.
head of the Thcosophlcal Instltuto on
Polnt Loma, wns to make hcr futuro
homo In the MnssHchusctts metropo
lis was emphatkdlly denied by Ma
damo Tingle- today.
WILL MEET WHITE SOX Stan
ford University, Cat., March 22.
Tho varsity baseball nine. wll--play
its most Important gaino tomorrow
of tho practice series, when tho col
legians will faco tho White Sox on
tho varsity diamond. -Stanford will
placo Its Strongest nine In tho field.
HETUrtNS TO HIS DP.IDE. Us
Angeles, Cnl., March 22. An In
quiry by tho lunacy, commission to
day to dctermlno tho mental condl-
tlon of Ira Phillips. 88 ) cars old and
IIIIO WCl'ft IIUIIIJCU, ItTOUdUM ,U Ilia UID
chargo from custody and return to
I .111 I III II IM
Alapall Street $25.
Kaplolanl St. (Fur Adults Only)
Cor. Pllkol and Wilder Ave. i3C.
Two bargains In MANOA VALLEY
EIGHT LOTS AT KAIMUKI
A Good Iluy!
COR, FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
(fcifflsH" CD M PANYl
malihlnl school teachu who
few dollars out of her salary
was encaged in a private
ON THE SIBERIA
Queen Lllluoknlanl was an Incom
ing passenger on tho Siberia today.
As soon ns tho ship mado fast at tho
wharf the Queen's private secretary,
who was waiting on tho dock with
nn nutoraobC( rushcd aboartl( nm, a
. minutcs Inter, decked with lcls.
L,Muokaanl waa escorted down Iho
,,. , . ,,. .i.
n,lrin lhn ilrf ,imn hrtwrnn tlm
u0ckln of Ul0 ,, nnd thc tlmn gho
u'nl nalinPA tlsi fiimon wna rtnrnfiil
. Iereened ' from lho lnnu,8l.,.0
throng that crowded about her,
agslalcd to tUo dock ,,y hcr MC.
rctary nnd an offlccr of the shll)i nnu-
secmed very feeble,
Dcsplto tho fact that perfect wea
ther was enjoyed 'all tho way across
the Pacific, tho Queen kept to hcr
stateroom nearly thc entlro time, nnd
was seen but llttlo by tho other pas
scngcrs on board.
Tho Blbcrla, mado tho run in flvo
days and seven hours. Thcro waB
not a slnglo bad day on tho trip, and
passengers wero on deck continuous
ly. Each day was bright and tho
water was as smooth ns that ot tho
Tho Siberia brought six days' mail
450 sacks and 750 tons ot freight
for this port., She had a full passen
bt a B00dljr ,,rouorUon ot.lho
travelers being tourists headed for
this port. Sho will continue her
Journey to the Orient at 5 o'clock this
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 30,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Aloxandrlna L. Kcohokatole to Ad
rian M.Kcohb US
Arthur F. Gay by Gdn to Arthur F
Gay. . AM
Namca Knmakca and wf to J Alfred
Millard F. Scott to Dopt. of Public
Instruction i . .US
Edward II. Drown by Rcgr ....Notice
Nolllo I) Mnrko to J II Athorton Est,
Est of Emma Kalclonalani by Tr to
Hon Plant. Co. Ltd ct nl... Consent
Entered for Record March 31, 1909,
A Lowls Jr nnd wf to Poko Kahau
Puuhtwa Nakl and wf to A C Dow-
Entered for Record March 31, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Mrs I.llla Maunukca ot nl to Philip
L. Weaver PA
Mary P Knwalmaka and hsb to Phil
ip L. Weaver PA
Joseph P Mcdclros to John K Hun
S C Allen Trust Est by TrH to Lokl
nahaluima Knhal (v) Rol
J. Alfred Mngoou to Loklnahnma
Kuhiil (w) and hsb Rcl
Liklnahama Kuhal and hsh to Pa
Kcoaliu nnd wf , D
Keala Kcoahu and hsb to Pioneer
Wdg nnd Loan Assn M
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
Patterns of Linen, Mull, and Pique.
L1IIUE, Kauai, March 27. f ho
body of a Korean laborer from Halo
hakn camp wns found near tho sldo
of tho road a half-mlto licjond llana
mnulu mill,, on Wednesday morning,
with Indications pointing strongly to
(ho presumption that murder hud
been committed. '
Tho remnlns wero thoso of a ninn
about thirty years old, who went by
tho nnmo of Sin Meung Soon. Ho
was n very tall man, being six feet
ten inches in height, and was prob
ably the tallest man In this district.
Tho gruesome discovery was made
by two Portuguese bo)B"who staricd
to cut some grass for their animals
at home, on the small hlllsldo Just
mauka of tho County road where
thec Is a grove of ironwood trees.
A strong odor assn I led their nostrils
and on going further down to ills
cover tho cause, they found the par
tially decomposed bod? of tho Ko
rean, a short distance from tho road,
lying in n ditch, with his frfco turned
toward thc ground, under tho Iron
Tho boys Immediately sent word
to Llhuo and notified Sheriff Rice,
who enmo right over nnd Impaneled
a coroner's Jury, and a post-mortem
examination was held ot tho remains.
Tho body hnd evidently been l)lng
I hero for about n week. It was Im
possible to find any traces of vlolenco
on If, except ono sovero bruise on tho
baBo oftho back of tho head. This
wns evidently what caused tho man's
death, for nt tho Inquest It wns
found Hint tho skull was fractured.
Tho blow hnd been given with a
blunt stono or wooden club.
Nothing is known as yet ns to who
committed tho murder, but thc po
lice nro working on sovernl clues nnd
it Is likely that tho guilty parUts
will bo apprehended bo for o very long.
Tho Indications pointed to tho prob
ability that moro than one man wait
implicated In tho assault, ns tho
ground was somewunt trampled In
tho vicinity nnd lho body hnd been
drngged some distance.
It Is reported that tho last tlmo
tho victim was seen was on Wednes
day, March 17th, nt Knpaa, from
which plnce ho started on that day
to return to his quarters at Halo
haka camp, in Lthuo. Ho wns rid
ing In a Japanese hack.
So far as Is known, the deceased
was n man of quiet habits and wns
not of n quarrelsome disposition, nnd
It Is difficult to conjecture, at tho
present wilting, what tnuso there
could havo been for the assault.
TTokugavva to M Nakamura IIS
Mary C Camnrn and hsb to Ida E
Ida K Lamb by atty to Mnry C Ca
mnrn . . i , Par Rcl
Chlng Kong Shun to Ida 11 Lamb...
Julia Edwards and hsb by atty ct al
to J Alfred Magoon D
Charles F Peterson to Trs of II I
nishop Est IIS
Klmokco Kfpapa nnd wf to E C
Winston , D
Kclllkut Klpapa ct nl to E C Wins
J D Castlo and wf to Ulshop of Zeug
ma . . ,.., D
Entered for Record April 1, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kalelopu to C D Cockett D
Joseph Cockett ct al to Ellznbcth
John Kal und wf to Wong In I)
T nrandt and wf to Ah Ki M
L L McCandlcsB ct nl to William
Kunt (k) to Hakuolo (k) ,1)
PLAQUE IN CHINA-Amoy, China,
March 15. Dr. A. D. Foster, surgeon
in chargo ot tho American marine hos
pital hero, reports sporadic cases of
bubonic plague in Amoy. Ho recom
mends tho detention nnd disinfection
of passengers for tho Philippines be
fore they embark.
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