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RVRNINO iTULUrriN, HONOLULU, T. It, miDAY, MAY 7, 1000.
E V 15 XTN "BlJ'LLETIN
M i..i i,KX Publiihtu o: B i Li,hllh PUUUS1UNO CO., LIU
At 12U Kick Street lioonlulu, Territory of Hawaii
H sy ia.y except Sundiit Weekly lsued on Tuesday of rack wmi.
MEMBEp Of HIE A-SOOIATED PRESI.
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CIBCULATIOK LAKQSST OF Art NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Ternter.v of Hawaii,
"ipi i EdiLorluI Rooms, - 185
R c!.Businesy Office;, - 256
f-tfnrtt iu the Fcntottirr at Ilottolulu
fTouil ctM nutter.
If you ever find happiness by hunt
,ng for it, you will find it as the old
woman did her spectacles, safe on
her own nose all the time. Josh
"Mr. Tafi administration ' tit the
I 'lent luim.iine catch phrute-
Of course Itoosuvelt rant say n.ij
hlng without getting Into trouHlc
i hat's hl mlsslim In MTo
Hawaii would vole unanimously fur
he national Income lu. Hero's hup
UK Mr Trft will not fike onenso.
Tourists ulvvns Nenk well of llono
lulu. Whs should i ho lexldents of the
Inwn tin llie tlrsl to kiiv evil thlncs
The Teirltiulnl Hoard of Immlgr.i
tlon canuot In mo piompl In beginning
its work of pippdiliiet for the enlist
ment of linnit':ratits
Don't tr to .hj1I the prosperll of
today and cluck the enthusiasm that
nlll conquer problems of tomoriovv li
bccomlns a I limoluhi croaker.
01 course C'li uud Territorial ofll
ccrs will cooperate. The da) of being
tied to apron strings has passed, and
lliu feplrll of Ami'! lean Institutions is
getting in Its work.
Mr. Mott-Smlth. with the law and
public good will back of him, should
bo able to do things that will result In
great good to humanity and add to the
fair name of the Territory.
While lluur and other necessities
range high In piic-e It Is well to re
member thnt rroteetlon Is by no
menus responsible for this iuciejse In
tho cost of the iKr man's breakfast
The library question seems to bo up
to Mr. Carnegie, and some prominent
olllclals will be Iu (he ixisllloii of hav
ing made monkeys of the people of
Hawaii, If Andrew dm s not come
Tho Hllo Tribune tells of Hawallans
who luno struck gold Iu Novnila.
That's good, hut It is notable for being
an oxcoptlon to ihe rule Thete Is'tio
better place for money and enterprise
than right here Iu Hawaii.
It Is worse than folly lor any citizen
of Hawaii to agitate fur any suspen
sion of the protection policy in any
matter relating to this Terrlimy. whilo
tho tariff on our lndiistilal products Is
In thu halauco and the fate ui the Tet
rltury Is at stake.
Maul's editor has written a jioem on
slander. Tho full details of his trou
bio has not been made public but on
general principles It Is tcmarkable how
many otherwlho respectable citizens
would decorate tho public places if H.i
wall were to rovlo the I'uiltuuicnl
punishment of placing slanderers In
Auothor public meeting has been held
In lliln and number committee has
been named lo gently lequest In firm
tones that the Hoard of Supervisors
nppolm and piovblo for a county engl
ncer. If the County Supervlsom do
not rospoi .1 fuvirably the pcnplo of
Huwnll County should give them a 111
cru! education iu what the people can
do when tluv mice get started.
""What can I do for Hie dt In whieli
I llvo?" That Is the hIol4.ui Unit (' H.
M. Atkins, proKhhut of thu HuhIuosk
lien's Club ot Cluilnuuti. has devised
for tho iitrwmnl use or the teslilents
of tho city uud especially fur the mem-
bom of tho HuslneBS Men's club I'.x
How to help Honolulu should be con
ktnntly on tlo mind of overy wide
awake clllzcn of this man's town.
ltooseelt's Ideas on Jtipiincso Im
migration ran he bettor understood
when the whole article lio lias writ
ten Is available
Ah this paper Interprets tho cable
gram telling of Ills latest publica
tion, Mr. lloosovelt has made tho
statement that should japan provo
Ittelf unahlo to enforce tho regula
the leitilitlon of emigration, the
I'nlliil Slates will have lo protect
This Ik not extraordinary.
Mr. Roosevelt while President
; imivoil liy his acts that he lias con
fidence Iu the ability uud Intention
iof the Jupuue!e to enforce the rcgu-
This alilllty ami good Intention Is
' proved by the immtgrntlon records
ai well as the public utterances of
, That's nil there Is to It
! Don't get excited Just because
i Kooevelt said It.
"Rather teach rice raising than
Roman history. I regard it more
important that girls learn house
keeping and the care of babies than
all the stuff in all the books in all
The foregoing was the keynote In
the speech of Commissioner Newton
V. (lllbert, hecretary of l'ubllc In
struction, at the opening of the Phil
ippine teachers' assembly. Tho com
missioner heartily endorsed the pol
icy of Dr. Harrows, director of tho
bureau of education, begun during
the past year, of emphasizing the
practical side of education and ex
tending Industrial training In tho
schools. He strongly Implied that
the policy would be continued until
Industrial training Alls a much
larger place in tho school curriculum
than It does today.
The declarations of Commissioner
Gilbert mean a new departure In ed
ucational affairs In tho islands.
This fiom a Manila paper bespeaks
a moio enlightened policy for tho
Philippines. May we hopo to sco tho
same cause making greater headway
In the public school system of tho
Territory of Hawaii.
When tills policy Is properly car
ried out. It will not signify that tho
three It's ate to be neglected or that
the child, able to gra-p advanced
studies, will tack for opportunity.
It means that the school shall llrst
equip the child to make a living.
Then, If tho brains and ambition nro
there to be developed tho student
may go as far ns he pleasea.
The illtllcitlty In Hawaii is that the
school children and the fi lends of
practical education - me constantly
hindered by two radical opponents.
Tho pig-headed citizen who wants
human machines and who says that
schooling spoils boys for work, and
tho pig-headed men, not Ilnancters,
who bcllovo that tho education of
children for practical work Is part ot
a ilecd-lald plot to make coolies ot
the Island youth.
Hut progressive workers and de
termined educators arc certain to
overcome !mth these dllllctlltlcs.
Schools should and will lnculato hab
its of Industry as well ns "Heading.
'IUtlng and 'Itlthmctlc."
Common sense tenches the fair
minded and enlightened man thai
children must he taught tho null
lncntB ot agriculture in tho public
schools If they nro to become good
citizens and able to make a good liv
ing iu an agricultural country.
GREAT URITAIN AND OUR NAVY.
London, April 27 Answering a
question In tho Houso of Commons
today as to whothor It was tho
policy of tlio Government to tako
Into consideration tho American
navy when estimating tho num
ber of ships necessary for Great
Hiitaln to maintain a fleet 10 por
cent more powerful than tho com
bined fleets of any other two pow
eis, a forinulu known ns tho "two
power standard," Reginald McKcn
na, Hist Lord or tho Admiralty,
Kuhl this was an academic ques
tion, as under existing conditions,
the navy or tho United States, tor
tho practical purposes, of the "two
power standard," as defined In tho
speeches of Premier Asqulth,
would not cntor Into account
Asked fuithcr If It was not a
mooted point whether America
was not at tho present moment tho
On Liliha street, a
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For Rent on Tantalus
A furnished 3-bedroom house. Price
$50 per month.
power, Mr. McKcnna replied
"Under tho 'two-Kwer stand
ard' ns defined by Mr. Asiulth the
American navy Is not to be so re
garded." Some of the malnlanders read this
dispatch as casting a doubt on tho
standing of our navy In Its relatUo
merit among tho nales of the world.
If this view will convert tho misguided
citizens opposing a Inrgcr navy, there
Is no harm In fostering It. '
Hut thcro Is another Interpretation
much more In keeping with the prob
able thought of Ileglnald McKcnna
and Premier Asqulth tho United
States navy Is not to bo taken Into ac
count as a probable enemy of Great
Why should not tho declaration be
reckoned as n practical expression ot
tho Anglo-Saxon alliance?
Ori'KH TOR KKTCHi:i. Han
cock, Mich., April 16. A club of CO
Calumet (.Mich.) business men hno
offered to raise a puisa of $10,000
for a ten round bout between Stanley
Kctchel of Oranil Itaplds and Sam
ljindgnrd of Hoston on .lime 10, dur
ing tho contention of tho llagles.
WESTON NttAllS CHICAGO Chi
cago, April 10. ICdward I'ayson
Weston, who Is walking from New
York to San Francisco, Is expected
hero tomorrow afternoon. Ho will
bo met at tho Indiana state lino by
tho South Chicago pollco and escort
ed to tho Illinois Athletic Club,
where ho will bo a guest until Sun
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New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
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Furnished Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
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Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OP SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
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MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makee Island A fine house
of sjx rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modern stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
A modern 12-room house,
with six bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
MACON WILL COPY.
(Continued from Pace 1)
been put into tho hands of tho head
of tho Department of Geography,
who taket n great deal of pleasure.
In illicetlug tho attention nf his
classes to surh subjects. I am suro
these publications will bo used In n
wny that would bo most gratifying
to you If you wcro present.
"Very truly yours,
(Sgud ) "O. J. WALLKIt,
185 editorial rooms 250 bus),
nets office. These are the telephone
numbors of tho Bulletin office.
ULLETIN ADS PAY
All kinds, all prices.
See our Display Windows,
Monday, May 10
and continues till all are sold.
Will Join Force.1; With
Should the $100,000, which report
says Andrew Cnrneglo has offered to
donate for tho erection of n public lib
rary building for Hnwall, be fnrthcom
lug, tho Honolulu Library Association
will join forces with tho Territorial
Institution The members of tho nsso
elation have signified their w llllng- (
ncss to consolidate when once they
nro assured that n suitable stiurturn
will be erected and that the l.eglsla
ture will mako proper provision for
the maintenance of tho public Instltu
The members of tho association have
given tho trustees authority to confer
with tho Territorial authorities and as
certain what the prospects are for re
ceiving a sttfllclcnt sum of money to
erect n building such ns should house
thu Library ot Haw-all,
Tho assets of tho Honolulu Library
and Heading Itnom Association nro
considerable, and they will not pass
out of the control ot that organization.
On the other hand they will bo turned
over freely for uso in connection with
the proposed library.
Anticipating a donation from Car
ncgle. the late Legislature appropriat
ed $10,000 as a'staricr toward caring
for tho Institution. Tho bill created
tho Library of Hawaii, and was passed
with tho intent of having money for
Its maintenance available shouli the
wherewithal! to establish It bo forth
Tho bill, In stipulating tho number
of trustees for tho Library of Hawaii,
and regulating tho method of their ap
pointment, provided that tho Honolulu
Library and Heading Room Association
should hnvo tho privilege of nominat
ing a certain number, should It sco flt
to consolidate with tho public Institu
tion. i Governor l'rear had a conversation
with Andrew Carnegie some time, ago,
and at that time, the retired steel king
Is said to linvu expressed n willingness
to donato sufllctcnt money lo establish
the Library of Hawaii, were ho assured
that tho Territory would tako upon It
self tho responsibility of looking after
tho Institution, nnd providing the
funds necessary for Its upkeep.
Hlnco Its establishment In 1879, the
Honolulu Lllnaiy and Reading Room
Association has filled an important po
sition here. Though persons, other
than tourists, who mako uso of thu
reading rooms, nro BUpK)Bcd to con
tribute a small sum toward thu main
tenance of thu institution, theru has
never been a card system or anything
of that nature, and tho matter of con
tribution has been largoly left to the
consclenco of tho visitor.
(Continued from Face 1)
known unless It means thnt somo ono
doubts thu probability of Uvvu direct
ors declaring tho usual midyear extra
Out of tho $S8,000,000 worth of
business which passed over tho Te
hnuntcpee railway In 1908, $17,750,
000 ot the $21,000,000 wlilcli was
routed eastward to United Stales
ports was almost exclusively of Ha
waii, domestic, trnilo preferring tho
foreign line, which Is -900 mllen
shorter between tho coasts.
At tho meeting of tho Hawaii Coun
ty association of planters, which look
placo In Hllo last week, tho old board
of officers vvns ro-eloctcd, namely: C.
C. Kennedy, president: Wni. I'ullar,
secretary: and John Watt, treasurer.
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