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EVENtNQ BUI.MSTtN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY. OCT. 23. 1909.
Over Passing Of Their
Unailullerfticd Joy i' now more or
less rampant In certntn select legal
circles of Honolulu these (Inyo.
Tho expression of gladness has fol
lowed 'tho nrrlvnl of the good ship
Blherln, Which touched at Honolulu
jesterduy whllo on her voyago be
tween tho Orient and Ban Krftnclsco.
The Siberia brought good tidings
of nn exceeding pleasing naturo to
several learned gentlemen of legal
turn of mind, who at one time ID
their youthful careers had sought to
carve fame and fortune In the Chi
Lebuleug XI. Witney, tho ono Umo
presiding Judge for the United
States Court for China, the reformer
who ruled the "Model Settlement" of
Bhanghal with a rod of Iron, and In
cidentally prodded ono well-known
Honolulu lawyer who had endcuvor
cd to gain a Jlvllhood there, entered
a more congenial and profitable li'cld
Wllfley is now operating a collec
tion agency In Old Mexico, accord
ing to announcement received at the
American Consulate of Bhanghal.
Lcbbteus, the self-proclaimed terror
of all corroded and renegade Amerl
cans of the East, has written that
he has taken up new and moro con
genial line of endeavor. He finds
the work of searching out the delin
quent debtor of, President Diaz' re
public a labor of love and one far
more productive of strenuous activ
ity than rounding up tho American
colony of Bhanghal and endeavoring
to singularly and collectively con
vince them that they should seek a
more healthful and peaceful atmosphere.
Wllfley finds Mexico a virgin ter
ritory for his new line of business.
Over the broad domain of the great
North American republic Lebblcus
can range at will, and madly chase
the over-ripe, account to its decadent
lair. There he will not encounter
the opposition, of peevish gentlemen
of legal or Journalistic tendencies as
was the case in the Inauguration of
tho famous "Wilfley Purge," which
was visited upon sln-saturatcd
American communities from Tientsin
to Canton, China.
Wilfley, from the safe confines of
his "Pait, Due" agency In Old Mexl
co, semis his fervid nlohn to his sev
eral Honolulu comrades In arms. It
Is understood that Mr. Andrews and
several other local lawyers Immedi
ately dispatched a cable of condol
ence as well os congratulations to
L. H. Wilfley.
PLAN A WAR
Definite sieps were taken ye'ster
day toward the formation of the
at n mcetlnc hold In the Federal
court room of tho Itcd Cross Boclety
of tho Dccpartmnt of Hawaii. The
committee. Is to bo composed of rep
resentatives from ail churltnbla and
civic organizations in the city nml
It will tako up tho work that hnd
proven successful in cities on the
mainland wlieio campaigns against
tuberculosis have been waged.
Among the organizations that will
bo asked to bo represented on tho
committee nro the Territorial Hoard
of Health, Medlcnl Association of
Hawaii, Itcd Cross Boclety, College
Club, Men's Club of St. Andrew's
Parish, Men's Club of Central Union
and I'alunm Settlement.
Judge Dole, president of tho so
ciety,, stated that at the next meet
ing, to bo hold In November, a moro
comprehensive organization would
bo affected and committees appointed.
Teachers' Association Holds Meeting
and. bv Applause of Members
' Appears to Be in Determined
Opposition to Examinations.
The question of teachers'1 exami
nations was discussed at Ansldcra
bla length Inst evening ntlhe meet
ing "of .-.tho Teachers' Association,
and a number of strong dlsseutlr.f
opinions were .expressed to tho re
quirement tlint makes teachers of
long sorvlce and experience take ex
aminations 'designed to test their
qualifications In subjects for which
they have no Immediate practical
The meeting last night waB open
ed by Professor Scott, who traced tho
historical development of teachers'
examinations In Hawnli. He
showed the gradual development tho
Improvement In the personnel of tho
teaching forcu of the school and the
nccompanlamcnt of the examinations
under varying rules and regulations.
1. I.. Home, president of the Kn
mchamcha Bchools, declared hlmsolr
bh an unqualified opponent to the
idea of examluatlons for cxpertouccd
teachers. Ha Insisted that the
teaching abilities could not bn de
termined by nu examination beyond
n knowledge of the fundamentals.
Mr. Home said ho hnd never taken a
teacher's examination in his life.
This experience was also that of
Prof. Donalmimli of tho Collegu of
Hawaii, who spoko along the samo
llncH. tho applause that greeted
Mr. JlurneV) remarks plainly ex
pressed the sentiments of the teach
crs present to tho number of aotuu
fifty or soventy-flvc.
Mr. McCaughcy of tho Normal
School spoko on the technicalities or
teacher's' examinations. V. It. Knr
rlngton viib called upon to hpeak on
the teachers' examination and cer
tificate from the community stand
point. He said that efficiency epi
tomized the community stand., The
teacher who could get thc-best re
Butts' from the pupil under his or her
care was the teacher Njat milted tho
community, and it matfe little differ
ence wlietlierhe mart. on the ex
amination pap'W was 'above passing
or below, lie drew from some of the
incidents encduntere'd-'whlle ht-wnsj
on the Hoard of Education where ef
ficient teachers mado absolute fail
ures in a technical .examination.
V. A. Ilowen Bpoke .along tho
same lines andleprccalod tho Hoqse
vcltlan nervous' df lye of -the present ,
day. He believed tho teachers 1
should not bo forced to study tip to J
pass an examination wnen iney nro
doing good work.. If they were not
good teachers tho department should
have , tho courngoto .toll Ihem.Eo.
"I think that thobcst tiling for me
to do is to say nothing," remarked' Sup
erintendent of .Public,' Instruction Ilah4
bltt this morning when asked for an
oppression (if opinion til rogard to (ho
opposition to the Idoa of examinations
at the nioclliii(.if' tho Teachers' Asso
ciation held last ulRlit. The Superin
tendent of Public Instruction Is appar
ently BUrptlseil nt the tempest and, be
ing a diplomat, declines to oppress his
views until ho has had time io relied.
the new Hat
Judge Whltnoy of tho Juvenile
Court lma,Kono,,cji) ,r,ceyrd ,pif b.ellev.
lug that somo determined means
should bo udoptod toward keeping 1
young boys nwn; rrom the streou
during the ulglit, it has been found
that one of the frequent causes ol
lirt1IIKilt iliirtJd lt ltlt'0 t It I fit-J
m tij iiiiiiiiivjii in tuvji tutu tss
brought before the court U the fact J I
Mini ttwia- rfAnllnni ttn mnclliir itn I
til ilk ii j t -i lint V IIIV llll'l (, i
I tine theaters until n lato hour Of
i tho night iimPthen fall, o return'
home. Some of , tho youths nre cm-,
ployed In some capacity nt the
thenters, but Judge Whitney believes
that the youngsters should not be
around the theaters after 7 o'cloct
In tho evening, mid It is expected
that the police will bo asked to uu
forco such n rule, '
Everyman particular about his dress
is taking to this new creation. It
will be the most popular Hat this
season We are showing stylish
green hats in the hew small Fedoras
as pictured. ...-..,..
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