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EVENING UUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, APIULi C, 1900.
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FRIDAY APRIL 10, 1009
Ivcoii uii tlio good work of homo In- supporting able, aggressive men In
vestment, aiul don't forget tlio other, what nro known na the diversified In
Industries. IduStrles, It la good business and It
t. . I means much for the solid progress of
Prlvnto Citizen Hoosevolt may tell Hawnll
tho, King of Italy to forget the ex.
l'lesldcnt jiait of It, but wo doubt It
If tlio duly Is taken oft tea, will
the breakfast tea that we pay tl.J
grocer for bo very much cheapor?
Residents of Kula, Maul, should
ho provided with a water supply for
homo necessities. If this requires
bonds, then pass a loan bill.
Governor Trear can promote tern
pernnco reform In Hawaii by
pointing reaaonablo as well as honest
men on tho Liquor Hoards.
During the closing hours of the
Sixtieth Congress the Delegate from
Alaska was allowed the privilege of
addressing thu House of Representa
tives In Committee of tho Whole, and
the Incident brought out much that
is valuable for Hawaii.
In the course of tho discussion on
an impropriation relating to tho gamo
ap-Jlawa of Alaska tho following coiner-
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Calo of Alaska and Congressman
; ltecord price for wheat means that
the farmer is coming to his reward
nfter long joar of patient toll, und
other bread-winners must pay.
If Atkinson Is not to grace tho of
fice of United States District Attor
ney, he might lend dignity to tho
Circuit bench of tho Territory. Yes!1
Tho people of Hawaii will look
upon any movement for Prohibition
in this Territory na nn evil of tho
worfct type. Thwlng lias been
enough for one. season.
A WOMAN'S SAVING PLAN
FEW YEARS AGO aTnallhini school teacher who
was able t save a few dollars out of her. salary
. j 'every monta (sue was' engagea 'in a private
school) went to a leading business roan and asked him to
advise her how to invest her small surplus. He told her
to buy Ewa stock. Sh: purchased, a few shares, and -then
every time she got a little money ahead she bought more.
Now she has fifty shares; they cost her on an average
925.00 a share, making a total investment of $!,
250.00. She has pud no attention to .fluctuations ,in
market prices of stocks; she did not buy for Speculation,
but for investment, an! now her monthly income from her
Ewa shares is vJJlO.O0 or $120.00 a year. That is
O.G 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, prinvestments
of any kind, it is our business to serve you. ' Command ,ut.
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MANUAL TRAINING IN PUBLIC SCHOOL'S
(By VAUQHAN M'CAUGHEY)
Judgo Lindsay can seo that tho
man who remains In public service
Is losing many opportunities In tho
progress of the Territory of Hawaii
that no voung man should allow to
Ir. Taft will visit San Francisco.
. Docs this not romlnd our legislators
of the appropriateness of an Invita-
itlon? And It the President can't.
come, that he send the Secretary ot
Admiral IchlJI ought to make a
speech after that enthusiastic Ban
znl from tho House. Hut some ot tho
legislators will have to answer to
those citizen laborers of tho country
.districts when tho enthusiasm wears
off and tho noxt election comes
I think tho first vlrtuo Is to re
strain tho tongue; ho nvuiuachcs
nearest to tho gods who knows how
to. bo silent when ho Is In tho right.
This may ncconnt for tho gobs ot
sound from the Governor's offlco ro
Plnenpplo men appear to ho tho
only ones who have a serious fight on
from tho tariff experts through whose
their hands to get their Just duo
'hands tho bill must pass. If this bo
tho case, all the "latcrests" of Ha
, wall should got behind tho pineapple
i'nion nnd boost. Learn to net as a
.unit in backing up anything and'ov-
) erythlng that has to do with tho
progress ot these Islands.
Mr. Kimball I would Ilko to
ask tho Delegate from Alaska It
It is not a fact tho governor ot
Alaska spends practically all of
his tlmo In Washington when
Congress li in sosslon?
Air. Cnle I wish to say to tho
gentleman I do not remember
what State ho is from
Several Members Kentucky.
Mr. C.ile I wish to say to the
gentleman from Kentucky it tho
governor ot Alaska stayed In tho
Territory nnd attended to tho ex
:utlvo duties of his offlco Instend
of coming down here and being a
lobbyist and fighting and oppos
ing every measure that tho Dclo
gato proposes, whom the pcoplo
of Alaska elected to como down
here and speak for them, ho
would he thought a great deal
moro ot and not -bo held In such
disrepute In ,tha Territory as he
Is. (Applause;) He 'has como
down hero and simply settled
down as a sort ot tbtrd-grado lob
dlst. (Laughter and npplausc.)
Now, tho roason why I oppose
this Incroase In tho.upproprlntlon
Js from the fuct that instead ot
placing 45,000 In the hands ot a
'man whoihas always' misrepresen
ted and who has maligned tho
peoplo of Alaska .Territory, J oil
nro placing $10,QOO In his hands,
and I am 'opposed to It.
Note the applauro with which tho
members of the House .greeted tho
ro.erqnco to the lobbying (ioernor.
From this it 13 oasy to draw con
clusions us to where tho Department
of the Interior gets Its support for
the new order that Territorial Gov
ernors shall remain at homo and al
low tho Delegates to represent their
Territories In Washington.
Tho last biennial .period -has wit
nessed a consldciablif expansion In
the tnnnunl nnd Industrial training
worlc of the schools. Progress has
taken place along two' main lines:
1. Larger and better equipments
for tho work.
2. More thorough understanding,
nnd moro systematic (execution, of
It Is well that thlV Is so. This
trnlnlng is an especially Important
part of the education tho children
on these Islands, becn'uso tho majority
of them will be manual and Indus
trial workers. The 'social nnd .eco
nomic conditions of tho Territory de
mand craftsmen, agriculturalists.
men and women whoso sympathies
are with, and whoso training litis fit
ted them 'for, the more fundamental
occupations of life. . . ,
Tho following schema is used to
conveniently group the various phas
es ot this work:
I Collective (for tho school): 1.
Manual: a carpentry work, b paint
ing, whlto washing, etc., c construc
tion of stuno walls, fences, ditch
making, walk-bulldlng, etc.; 2, print
ing; 3, cooking; 4, agriculture, a
clearing land, b keeping grounds In
order, c school garden, d tree-planting.
. II 'Individual (lor tho pupil): 1.
innnual,a .carpentry work, b knlfd
work, c polishing nuts, ate.; 2, sewi
Ing; 3, laco work; 4, weaving, lau
hnla and bamboo; S, Individual gar
dens. .Carpentry Work
(The carpentry work, done during
conjunction with elementary lessons
uu 8iirvc)lng, .drainage, ro.uMnilUl-
lng, etc., piactlcal 'woil; of this kind
8houd be of decided Importance.
in a numucr ot mo larger cnoois
this .woilt lnia Increased iclmtrkubly
in Importance during the past period.
Printing equipment has been greatly
appreciated, nnd'uscd to muchtndvan
tagCr It corrolates ory woll with IJn
gllsh work, and Is n stimulating In-'
iluencc for better composition, punc
tuation, etc., In any school. An Idea'
of tho kind of printing dono may bo
gotten from tho following list:
Stories aud tongs; lists ot words;
programs of exercises; legal forms for
schooled)7 government; school. papers
or "magazines; outlines, schedules,
,i ,Tho successful flptatlon ot a mil
lion-dollar Irrigation bond issue
proves that un Increasing number ot
our peoplo aro following the policy
ot investing the money they havq
made from Hawaii's development in
enterprises that make for the fur
ther progress of tho Islands.
' 'This sign of tho times is very grat
i',Tho good work should go on. Tln-
anciera suouiu neip noiomy ino large
.projocts. Thero aro smaller enter
prises that have tho virtuo ot adding
to ino general prosperity or. me coun
try It given the proper assistance by
.ttho men. of. moans,
IV Our business men should not main
tain aecord ot willingness to back
ituigar .propositions alone. Sugar Is
.' , (u, r,lght. Kvery sugar proposition
'vinitni3 Territory today, eitnor in
! bond a or stock, should be attractive
Mo'the Investor at present figures.- '
jtllut thero are others,
Peace Justice Marries Santa 'Jtosa,
March 20. A. J. Atchlnson, Justice ot
tho peace of -this city, was married at1
San Itafael secretly this nfternoon,i
His brldo was Mrs, Ora M. Humph
lejs, for six years tho houso keeper
for tho gloom. Doth aro former resi
dents ot Yolo county, whero Justice
Atchlnson -was honored by being elect
ed to. offlco.
"Vree 'At Tehachapl Bakersdeld.
March 2(1. A freight wreck which oc
curred this morning on tho Tehachapl
mountain a uilla and a half this side
Of Cablo has delayed traffic all day.
It will bo lato tonight beforo tho over
land passenger tralps pasa through
horo. Throo cars were derailed and
smashed. -Tho cause Is unknown.
.Census, Cotton Report 'Washington,
March .20. Kunnlng bales of cotton
numbering 13,4QS,841 ot avcrago gross
weight ot C06.8 pounds, all equivalent
to 13.C03.OI2 5Q0 pound bales, with. 27,
CS7 ginneries pporatlng, was tho final
report of tlio census buroaii today on
Ilia cotton crop grown In 1008.
Modjeska Is Detter Los Angolcs,
Morch 20, Tho condition of Mme.
Helena Modjeska, tho actress, who js
111 at 'her -cottago at Dalboa, Is better
today than it has been for four weeks
past, according to Dr. J. It. Iloyd, her
physician. According to his belief,
alio Is in no Immediate danger, al
though still very 111.
.Miss .Cross Fleeovsrs San Diego,
March 20. Miss Kninia Cross, tho
young daughter ot O, M. Cross, n
wealthy HI Cajon rancher, who loaped
from on, upper window of a fashion
Six-room cottage; convenient
car line;' lot 100x160 $4000.
Corner lot on 'Wilder dAenue;
modern-houso (n.good condl- .
tlon . . ...; $4750.
Kaimuki ., .
On high ground, corner Jot con-
iiiimug Jii.vuu Equal o ie-'l,
with story and half house,, $4100.
Also a good real estate, investment
in small cottages near town.
nbleJiotoKhero, early Thursday morn
ing. 'clad only in a ladles' undcrb'est.
Hy)ur uualncm menywghtto he rlaJluisjufflvtentlyarpcpYpriiil to'iboJiblo
fo sco'tho great 'advantage galnecrln retVrn.tO'hcrb'bnior
the past period wns of two kinds 1,
for tho Bchool; 2, for the pupil him
self, Tho pedagogical nnd technical
results nro similar In cither case, tho
dlffcrcnco being simply that bctweon
tho 'community interest and tho per
I Tho Carpentry Work for tho
School thas a basis. similar to that ot
tho primitive .sawing work viz.:
certain schc()l oquipment Is needed,
the pupils cooperate In making It, un
der tho Bupervlsloir of tho teacher,,
and thus gain trnlnlng nnd sJUll, The
mothe Is a real and Immediate one,
nnd appeals logically to tho child's,
mind. Tho value of this collective
work Is in direct ratio to the empha
sis given to Its cducatlvo Importance.
Much of tho 'minor equipment of
many schools has been mnda in-this
manner. Tho .following list, 'from an
Oaliu school, ls typical: 1, framing
two movablo blackboards; 2, due wa
ter-box and stand;' 3, six seed add
cutting boxes; 4, awork ljeneh 4 by
zu tcei; a, a tool aso; t, one Hun
dred yards ot poultry 'fence; 7, ono
hundred -fcot of wutor troughs and
supports for same. ' t
11 For the Pupil. In this case
the result ot tho pupll'B labor bo-
comes his own property, nnd tho per
sonal interest Is predominant.
Tho common custom In shop work
Is to hnve cilch pupil making tho
sanio article; but moro can bo'ncconi
pllshcd by tho Individual pupils, it
each bo allowed to "set his own
pace" tlioso skillful .getting more
dono in the allotted time than tlioso
who need assistance. In this way
none are held hack by Inaptitude of
Tho Kind of article made varies
grcolly '-with tho 'different schools:
although tho list as outllrwd In the
Course of Stud) Is followed In gen
eral. Tho list of articles mada dur-1
Ing tho year by each cadet In .the
Normal School ghes a general Idea
ot the nature of this individual work,
and ita relation to tho other work of
24 one-Inch cubes; 1 mineral caso;
1 shadow stick; 1, board foot;-l poin
ter; 1 eraser box; 1 yard stick; 1
meter stick; 1 sewing cabinet; 1 In
sect caso; 1 Insect cage; 1 aquarium.
Knlfo-worlc and tho polishing ot
nuts, woods, calabashes, etc., is car
ried on In many ot tho schools, espe
cially tlioso that aro not supplied
with' tools for regular carpentry
Painting and Whitewashing
ino painung or wuiiownsuing ot
ho school building nnd outhouses,
byitho pupils, may bo .made of pai
tlcular valuo If It Is accompanied by
lc3sons on -leasons for painting;
composition of paints, etc:; .sanitary
valuo of whitewash and -'kindred
Construction of Walls, Ditches, Eto.
This work has l)Qou rnrticd on by
a number of tho country schools. In
, . P TEACHERS
Pnpaaloa, Hawaii, April 2, 1900.
Cdltor of tho K v o li I n g li U 1 1 0,11 )i,,
Dcnr Slri Ha"lng ronildn your pa
per of "March 30, 1909, tho urlLla
"Tcnchcrs and Children Kind Sjiiv
port," It reminds me of tho parody
which I "read somo jears ago in The
Normal Instructor, (a teacher's ning'
azlno) wiltten by Superintendent
James II, Harris of Pontlas, Michigan,
and read by him in a closing discus
sion on "Teachers' Salaries" tit tho
mooting of itho Michigan Stnto Teach
Ah it suits tho occasion I thought of
letting you hnvo it to publish In jour
paper as a .hint to tho Legislature
Hero' It goes:
"Everybody's Paid .But Teacher."
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
Carpenter, mason nnd clerk,
Everybody's paid but Tcacjicr;
She. gets nothing but work.
Everybody works but Teacher,
.Tolling day and night,
Evorybod's jialil but TeocMicr,
.Drawing her slender iiiilo, .
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
Iliitchcr, baker aud cook,
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
drafter, fakir nnd crook.
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
IcCurdy, McCall pud Dcpow,
Everybody worko (us) but Teacher,
Lawsou, Harrison aud crnW.
Evorj body's pahh'but Teacher,
Paid with a scon I or n smile,
Everybody's paid hut Teacher,
Whoso work Is not worth while.
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
Seeking her pay Abovo,
Everybody's paid but Teacher,
Living on, ethereal love.
Everybody loyes tho Teacher,
Everybody 'glcs her pralso.
Everybody say's she's a wonder,
kbut nobody offers heXja "ralscs"
Everybody's pad but Teacher,
Everybody works but tcachof.
Everybody gets and over j body spend?,
Dut nobody, earns moro than, teacher.
an old sunsciunnu.
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