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FRIDAY , APRIL 2, 1009
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THEY CLAIM THAT PUBLIC city mid delivered Into the homes to
SCHOOLS DO NOT TEACH HABITS le examined by people who have nc
0F INDUSTRY AND THEN ALLOW cessltles nml nrc seeking how and
THE LEGISLATURE TO CUT OUT where the tuny satisfy them.
AN APPROPRIATION FOR MAN-' . j
UAL TRAINING WITHOUT RAIS-i Kepresentuttvo Cohen can credit
INO A WHIMPER! . (himself with having kept the real ea-
ISN'T IT TIME TO DO SOME-,""0 marlct 'uM- ,llle tho ,non
THING OTHER THAN COMPLAIN ? '"Inklni: f biiylnK niul loanliiK money
. .en homes united to lontn what ; the
Honolulu's ciintlmiliiK theatrical ..ea
eon Is uiir (if the marks of proK.,-8.
One thine Is certuln. they can never
plnee .luck Johnson In the (Icntlemiiu
Where Ik tho Intelligent Amcrlcnn
community that finds expenditure for
manual training useless?
Otir 1'resldont has nt leant mad" tip
his mlnil thai there Is no hurry nliont
Mailing uppolntuiciitB In Hawaii.
Dolus flovei nor (leiieral of tho Phil
ippines la fast developing Into n pop
ular form of flnlaliltiK oft it career.
No capable, honest citizen fmm the
mainland can ever do tho prestige of
Hawaii any harm In n Federal nlltcu.
On the wlnMe the Legislature 1b do
Ins well, dcsplto the occasional Mnra
thon races to reach the goal oforator
IturgKira appear to have at least
taken notice of tho change, nnd are
decent enough to suspend oerntiona
for a time.
I llg Unilher Hill will not bo nblo to
come but ho ought to bco that Uullln
ger takes a run around tho Tcriltory
Sheriff Jarrett will do well to secure
tho services of n mainland d&tcctlvu
who knows the crooks liable to Dual
in this direction.
Marathon races have one distinct
nclviintnge. They nre not followed b
talking matches to ptove that the oth
er fellow didn't play fair.
Nothing can stop thu progrc-ns or
Honolulu except criminal folly In leg
islation hero and In Washington. It
does not threaten In either place.
Hawaii County must remain famous
Just as Ion; as it can build roads with
mil on engineer ami sends Kunlho to
, dlspeiuo oratory In the Leglslututo.
If Kil Pollltz finds his every move
ment wntrhod ho must remember that
lit) now- has standing as n prophet and
everyone wants to learn his system
Tho only danger that threatens our
Japanese lnltor Is overwork In fol
lowing the program of euteitalumeut
laid out ns a faint expression of Ho
nolulu's good will.
It la better for Honolulu to speak
well of Its transportation facilities
than to make others bellovu thu pas-t-cngur
accommodations nre without
Should tho Housu vote on the tariff
bill April 10. It means that thfc Scnuto
Is planning for a record talking match
or tho quickest tariff-bill action thu
country has over known.
Never boforo has tho Huusu of Hop
icsontiitlves finished the appropriation
hill this early In tho session. It should
now hnvo lots of tlmo for gala days of
oratory on the stato of the Union.
Plans nro making for tho recon.
sanction of Messina, so It may bo
that the modern spirit of hustle will bu
In evidence in tho land ot tho
ancients as well as tho new world.
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Theto la to bo basoball In plenty this
yenr, but thu various leagues need
some organizing mind to combine
them for fltst class games that will
call out tho people and satisfy thorn.
Whon members of tho Legislature
will learn to appropriate for thu omto
lather than tho man who happens to
occupy It, they will havo mado u long
Htep forward In common sense govern
ment. Tho IJ v o n I n b II It 1 1 o 1 1 n Is n
Jiugo shup-wlndow can led about the
PAYABLE IN ADVANCI.
Per Sl Moulin 9 .,,
Fer Year, .nywhere In U S 1. 00
Pel Year. auywhere in Canada. . . I. no
Per Year poetiuM, foreign 3.00
Calf red at the Poiloftice At Honolulu
teal propi'il) tax rate was to tie.
i:vliU'iu..v come of our otherwlte In
telligent lcKlalntora believe the chil
dren khonhl ho sent to tho truc'i?ar
lien Chinaman for their education.
Tints do they discredit tho Tcrrltorj
and hnmped tho children ot llawttll,
flovcrnor Krear inlKht inlii some as
sistance If ho were to tell the public
(some of lila plana regarding appoint
ments to olllce. Ilia notnblo failures
to meet public npprovnt or Knlu pro
Kresslvo rcsilus have In each Instance
been duo to the Oovernor's habits of
Invest your money In Hawaii. If
the.ohl Industries don't appeal to you,
get In with the new ones. There Is n
good future for the men who stay with
Hawaii, and thu man who has made
his money heiu ought to have enough
local honor to reciprocate for the ben
efits he has reaped.
.ho Chamber of Commerce meets
tills afternoon to discuss methods of
! arketlng products. Why should the
- .embers not supplement their talks
Ith prnctlcal support of industrial
training In the public schools? Then
Hawaii will be assured of Intelligently
grown ctops to market.
Now that tho immigration bill has
tet Hawaii's labor situation right, the
plantation managers should demon
strate their good wilt by establishing
pcimnuciit citizens in ukllleil positions.
Hawaii must care for Its citizen? In
the various Industries If n desirable
and contented population Is to be
When Congressman Victor Mm dock
visited Hawaii ho was allowed tn Hock
by himself. He eccms to bo doing the
same Independent stunt In Washing
ton with steadily Incietslug sucri
At the present rate of pi ogress. It Is i
mailer of u few months whin Jlur
deck and his unsoclatea will havo tli.
Old tluard lloored.
Mr. Harrlmau's announcement tint
the Got eminent Is run In a most ex
travagant munncr sounds like some of
the things wu hao heard about tin
local government and private business
management. Though thcro Is some
truth In tho criticism of the govern
ment. It would como with better grace
II tho critics wero not usually tho men
who seem to expect a democracy to
TARIFF AND BUSINESS.
Thus far the country refuses to
become excited over revision of tho
Huslness Is hold In check owing to
tho uncertainty of legislation, but
there was never a period of tariff
reconstruction In which tho peopln ap
peared to havo more nssurnnco that
the "harm" of revision will be reduc
ed to u minimum,
Tho Wall Street view of It Is re
flected with reatonublo occuracy by
Hanker Clows In his latest circular
This says: "Now that tho tailff bill
has been actually Introduced, a sonso
of relief Is felt In tho stock mnikct.
Tho changes In schedules, whllo moro
In thu direction of tariff reform than
wcro expected, aro In no senso radi
cal or disturbing. Tho bill as an
nounced can only bo regarded ns a
line of battle, or u starting point far
frosh discussion nml chnnges. All
tho forces for and against rovlslon
aro now drawn up clearly divided,
and from now on tho tariff strugglo
must continue with Increased warmth
until a conclusion Is renehod.
"Tho opinion la general that such
chungcB an may bo mado in tho pin
posed bill will bo In tho direction of
advances lather than reductions. In
other words, thu ineasuro proposed la
a minimum schedule. It Is predicted
FEW YEARS AGO
wiu able t) save
5 every montii (she was engaged in a private
school) went to a lea-ling business mnn and asked liim to
advise her how to inv.'st her small surplus. He told her
to buy Ewa stock. Shj purchased a few shares, and then
every time she got a Kttlc .money ahead she bought more.
Now she has fifty shares; they cost her on an average
S25.00 a share, making a total investment of SjJl,
2S0.00. She has piid no attention to fluctuations in
market prices of stocks; she did not buy for speculation,
but for investment, anl now her .monthly income from her
Ewa shares is $10.09 or $120.00 a year. That is
!).0 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 business to serve you. Command us.
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock' & Bond Exchange.
(By C. E
With respect to outdoor pursuits our
schools occupy an exceptionally favor
able position. All our pupils, except
ing possibly such as aro occupants of
n few tenement houses In Honolulu,
have nbtuidant opportunity for out
door play nml sport. Practically nil
luno space nml means ut home to
grow flowers nnd plants. Practically
all take advantage ot thesu opportun
ities, Tho fondness of the Hawullans
for trees nnd flowers la well known.
Tho Portuguese aro mostly agricultur
ists and gardeners. Many of thu Jnp
auesu are expert hortlcultmlsts. Thus
It happens that fho most of our pupils
nro already familiar with thu growth
of M-getahlea, flowers and trees. Tho
teacher's chief work In agriculture,
therefore, la to guide and direct the
pupils In the application of knowledge
already possessed: t encourage thcli
natural fondness for plant life; to do
velop in them n desire to own mid cul
tivate tho land; to form habits or thrllL
and Industry, and to make tho school
premises models of neatness, order
mid sympathy upon which they may
that the steel schedule, tho most Im
portant ot nil, wilt bo advanced, and
It Is noticed that thu cotton, wool,
nnd silk schedules hnvo been treated
with great leniency, A very Impor
tant element In tho now bill la Its
revcnuc-proditcliig cjuulltloa; thcro
being serious question na to whether
theso will prove ns gicat as nntlcl
puted. I'ndor normal conditions, and
us business Improves, customs reve
nues should Increase; In fact, thoy
aro already beginning to show Im-
Alnpall Street 125.
Kiplolaul St.. (For Adults Only)
Cor. Pllkol and Wilder Ave 33.
Two bargains In MANOA VALLKY
EIGHT LOTS AT KAIMUKI
A Qood lluyl
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
vis- r i
a malihini school teacher who
a few dollars out of her salary
pattern their own dooryards.
It is not IA be cxHcted that tho
schools could do any valuable original
Or experimental work In scientific ag
riculture. Wry few of tho trticlicre
have any special knowledge of the sub
ject, nnd none have more than tho
most primitive equipment for agricul
tural work. Yet, as I havo shown, re
sults leal and tangible have been at
tained. In nddltlou to those benefits
already mentioned, direct economic re
wards aro sometimes derived from tho
proceeds of this work. In some schools
thu salo of beans from tho nlgaroba
trees produces u small revenue for tho
purchase of articles not supplied by
the Department. In other, tho bo
lianas, papains and sweet l wit a toes
lalsod materially supplement tho
scanty luncheons brought by tho pu
pils. In all the schoola the effort Is
undo so to Impress upon tho pupil tho
dignity and Independence of agricul
tural pursuits as to counteract, event
ually, that drift of our youth nwu
from tho soil which constitutes one
of thu most serious problems of tin
I pi client time.
movement, and the Treasury outlook
Is less gloomy' than mia or two months
ago. Tho gieat Increase of Kedernl
expenses, however, continues unaba
ted, and there Is little or no chanco
of their diminution. Tho pioposnl,
therefore, to Issue Treasury certifi
cates and additional quantities of
Government bonds would hnvu the
effect of further Inllatlon In an al
ready ovcrcxpanded currency sys
tem. The ultimate effect of this pio
posal would consequently bo to large
ly stimulate gold exports and weaken
our financial strength. This fenturo
has not tecelved tho attention to
which It Is entitled, since It la nil
element of danger that should not bo
. lost to view.
J "Stoel; market operations have
been much icstilcted by tariff uncer
tainly, also by the continued absence,
of many prominent operators. As
tin Iff discussion may bo anticipated
Tor another two or three months,
theio Is little reason for expecting
encouragement In this direction.
Generally speaking, trado Is exceed
ingly dlill; largely owing to tariff
agitation, but pnitly owing to tho fnct
that tho ptoccss of readjustment ren
dered necessary by the. pnnc, but for
cibly held In check In 1&0S. is now
nsseitlng Itself. A fow Industries
have pnitly accommodated themselves
to new conditions, yet oven they nro
feeling a depression sympathetic with
nljicr Industries which huvo not yet
to adjusted themselves, Kor instance,
tho cotton goods trade, tho first to
meet now conditions, la now feeling
the deprenjlou in lion and other In
dustrie. There Is In loncequencc In
cj easing talk of lower wngci, which
In till n affects general business, be
cotiso such a step ncccssailly lnrpllcs
lessened demand until prices to the
consumer fall correspondingly. A
number of reductions hnvo already
been announced in tho Iron and steel
tiado, although thcro Is n suspicion
. Suit Patterns
THURSDAY, APRIL 1ST
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Patterns of Linen, Mull, and Pique.
that these iiuiiottlieeliients aru made
at this time with n view Of Influenc
ing tariff legislation. The depres
sion In tho Steel trade Is Illustrated
by (he annual leport of tho Steel
Corporation, whoso sales In 190S
were 182,000,000., or a loss ot
nearly $27S, 000, 0(10, fu. twelve
months. During the same period net
earnings amounted to less thnn $92,
000,000., a decrense ot JfiA.OOO.OOO.
Tho gross sales nnd the net earnings
were thu smallest In any year since
t 1 V -fTVtl-
- IN RETAIL ADVERTISING -t-
f- -t--t- -t--f .-f -f-t- -f-f
lko I. Lurche, advertising manager
of A. Harris & Co. of Dallas. Tex., ft
cently adhered an nddress on "Thu
Practical Hide or Advertising a Ketnll
Store" nt a meeting ot thu Dallas Ad
vertising league. Among other till UK
Mr. Uirche said: "My experience Is
to use thu dally pa pern to the tunu of
tibout 73 per cent of tho yearly amount,
for. lifter nil. advertising Is nothlm:
moro thnn live stoio news. Pcoplu nro
not Interested In what you did last
week or what you will-do tho next, but
they nrc vitally Interested In what inn
nro doing today, and let mo say right
Hero that I consider ten Items proper
ly displayed In tho dally paper worth
moro thnn 10,000 calendars given tiwivy
during tho cnr."
ENTERTAINMENT OF NIPPON'S
'Continued from Pace
tee, offered tho Mnyor this morning
the use of the marlno band ot tho
llaffyhlp to play at n public park
soiiie tlmo during tho stay of the
cruisers. Mayor Kern, In acknowl
edging tho kindly offer of the Ad
miral, accepted it with than i. The
tlmo for this concert will be announc
Visit to Moanalua
Hon. Samuel M. Damon's beauti
ful gaidcna nt Moumilun will bo In
spected by the oIIIcci-h of the Jnpnn-es-u
cruisers next Krldny afternoon nt
2 o'clock. Admiral Ichljl and staff
will rdc down In u cnrrlnge, while
tho ofllccrs, numbering In all about
two hundred, will go down on tho
University Club Welcomes
Admiral Ichljl and thu officers' of
tho two cruisers nro In lccelpt of In
vltntluns from the University Club,
throwing open the uso of tho Club for
their benefit whllo hero In Honolulu.
ino cruisers will be open to In
spection by tho public on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons.
i ins morning uio cruisers com
menced to take In 1300 tons of Julian
coal from tho Intor-Islntid coal pile.
Thu coaling of the ships la under thu
direction of Mr. Taknhasiil, repre
senting Mltsu & Co. of Japan.
Admiral Ichljl was visited till
morning by distinguished oHIclnh. At
10:30 o'clock Ilrltlsh Consul Korstcr
called on board tho llagshlp and paid
Ills respects to tho Admiral. Ho was
followed by Major Dunning of Fort
Shatter. At 11 o'clock Governor
Frenr, accompanied by Col. Jones.
Major Cooper, nnd Captain Short, call
cd on board the flagship. He was
met by tho Admiral nnd Consul Gen
eral Uycno on thu mnln deck and es
corted to the Admiral's private apart
On hla return, he was given n sn-
llitu from tho main battciy. Conbill
I orstcr attired In his oHlclnl uniform,
was also given n saltile, of Hoven
Tho men will ho given nftcruoon
shoro liberty during their stay heie.
Sam Ilalrd, 80 yenrs old, former part
ner of "Lucky" Hnldwiu and former
nssoclato of Mackay, Flood and Fair,
wiib burled on tho California desert re
cently. Ho was unattended In his Ill
ness oxcept by his wife.'
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