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PRIDAY NOVEMBER 12. 1909
, The importance of n community
or n nation, it has been well said,
, does not depend so much on its cen-1
c mis returns, the size of its crops, its cost
tonnage output, or its trnae uaianc
cs, as it docs on the kind of men it
i turns out. It is not only necessary
..that men be educated to make them
independent, but that they be edu
cated for co-operation through
b?oad understanding. And nothing
less then our public schools can do
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
" Tuft nppiovca the ' plan for n
greater l'carl llartior. Tills tdiould
wot nt rest nny doubts of the future
jjk Can It ho our IiiifIiipm loader uio
Tnfrald to worl? U that the icason
Rio one wilt accept tho l'loral l'jrailc
Whero ore the lojal, prosrcsslxc.
fenerKetlc men of Hawaii? The
romntlon Committee Is Ktlll hunt
ing a leader for the Iloral Parade!
i,ic schools van capita, io
n"3 28. 2S
Decreased cost of Instruction due
to disproportionate Increase of
IKfliool attendance to appropriations.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
WHEN YOU INVEST
CONSULT OUR STOCK AND
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
SonK Verses by Van Dyke
, ..,.,. . Grades I and II
GllAllES HI AND IV.
Song In tho Harden ,. ..
tirades IV and III A
Mediation Woodman, Spare that
Tree ,t tirade IV
Talk Tho I'lrst Arbor Day
Sons Arbor Day Grades III
ltccltatlon WnltlnR I'atlently ....
tirades 111 1)
ltccltatlon Tho Heroes of the For
est (Iradcs III A
Talk Conservation ...Mrs. W. W. Hall
HeadhiK Tho Hoy Vho Uned tho
forests Grndo III
Quotation by "Dean Swift" .......
.,...,... (Iradcs III and IV
Grades II and IV
According to tho record of the
''StocK KxchaiiEo sugar prices havo
nly to udvaurt a notch or two In
, order to In lug about n slump In the
J3i ' of sugar stocks.
' Japanese editors who announce
&thut they have been called to n wago
. (onferonce with tho l'lanlcrs' Asso
$rcIatlon appear to havo nt least had
'ir-doslro with which to father the
"lioinpoitx dictionary" that "over
awes piles of law In tho federal
court." In the light of such bril
liant flashes of wisdom, one might
bo forced to tho conclusion that
Danny Webster had as much to do
with tho dictionary as tho llcvtscil
Uiws onjocd In their application to
tho case In Andradc's court.
Whllo talking of conservation of
our forests and natural rcsouiccs, it
Is well for the enthusiastic support
ers of a great work to remember
tt conservation of the public
diool Is a Hvo topic of the day for
this Territory. With more children
to proUdo for and more prosperity
than has over been known within
the Islands, the Territory of Ha
waii has moro chlldicn crowded out
You Ever Stop
That REAL ESTATE is the strong
est foundation in the world? Safe
investments in Honolulu property!
arc bound to bring big results.
LET US TELL YOU WHERE
AND WHY '
List your Realty with the
Bishop Trust Co.,
Some people seem to think that
progress Is assured by spreading 1 0f school and more
ftuioad all tho evil that can bo said
or Hawaii nnd Its people. Hut not
one of them Is found In tho army of
Frequent the Alexander
YoungCafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from G a. m, to
11:30 p. m.
O'Day, Irwin and Mnklno nro
three croakers whoso efforts In mls
lopresentlng and Injuring Hawaii
one! Its people need only tho addi
tion of Atchcrley to mako four of u
Mud that come the nearest to being Bns they would have missed
tho others, It will be taken care of.
One's first thought Is Of gratin-
teachers tha.t cannot bo filled on ac-Jratlou that tho Nation has como to
count of a lack of funds titan ever
Newspaper readers havo learned
that It pnjs to consult the advertis
ing columns of their homo papers
when they want to buy something.
There they may llnd where tho best
Is sold and often can pick up bar-
n perroct continuation or muuicu
tplrlts that has lately been assem
bled In Hawaii.
they had not looked oor the adver
tisements. When a business man
has something ipeclully attractive
In duality or price ho makes use nt
.This toll, or tho protest lodged .printer's Ink In these da. mid It
by tho United States against Japan's g0t,8, The e,,ir, bucrs know this,
treaty with China makes one wonder
whether tho Strntooglst Is again on
t)ie Job ufjinarshallug nrniles from
tho recesses of a twisted brain,
marching them Into the llelds of
Never-was nnd asking the conimu
nlt not to laugh. ' Though tho pro
teat Is lodged, no one ouulde Hono
lulu Is worrying over It.
ropularlty of a knocking policy
l!l piuporly gauge tho progioks of
fionohilu nnd tho Tcnltory. Tor-
ward for Honolulu with every man
SToostlng will' put tills community In
the llbt or great titles in iccord
,(tlim'. Knockers retard progress,
i, though they won't stop It. because
?oii i an always find Mimo persons
l&uho will believe a. lie.
: r ;
& Thirty thousand dollars has been
f appropriated. Tor conservation work
Jfcln Hawaii and eighteen thousand
-dollars to light tho great white
ilitnguo. lie thankful that the work
Is begun and hope that as time goes
on u clue appreciation of tho rela-
vtlc tnerltB of material piogress anil
ihcilth will bo expressed In a closor
and they watch tho ads. Tho mer
chants know they are watihlng, aim
thats why they advetlisc.
to parity of appro-
AigumentB presented by certain
'thlcriiencnclarles of the sugar tariff
fciiculnfct the continued protection of
SAmerloan shipping under tho coast
aWo laws are not such as to Inspire
Tho "New Hawaii"
current number of
Monthly, by Kdwnrd
which such vigorous
article in tho
P. Irwin, to
On Sunday mornings the
office is open from 8 to 10.
SCHOOLS OBSERVING ARBOR DAY
Irnnllzn the Imnortntico of this cen
ter and Is ready to do what should
have been dono years ago. Itn
characteristic American energy tho
country Is prepared to mako up for
lost time, although It will be more
expensive than It would hao been
to havo accepted Pearl Harbor at Its
value nnd developed It years ago.
Let us give thanks that the country
has tho money and the tremendous
lcsourr.e to ullow of expcnslvo er
rors. Then comes the somcwhnt hellish
Interest of what this means 1o the
city of Honolulu. Kvcrythltig dono
at Pearl Harbor means ntlilc; popu
lation, moro Americans, more lior.vs
and moro business for the cHy of
Honolulu. It moans n icallzutlou
of tho hopet and beliefs of tho men
In this city who had conlldonco In
(Continued from Faze I)
subjects touched la the iln erent reci
tations, songs and cximcIbo Including:
"See tho Kurnior In His ritld," "Pet
er's Garden," "Daily aunfluAtr" "Sh!n.
Drown Seed," "Arbor Day,' unJ "Now
Our Trco Is Planted."
At Central Primary.
following Is the program of Arbor
IJn exercises nt the Central Primal.,
tchool, 9-9-30 n. in.:
tlllAI)i:S'I AND II.
Fon Ktnwe Treo . v Grade I 11
ltccltatlon Why Wo Plant tho Treo
tirade I n
Kong In the Heart of :i Seed ....
Urndu I A
Hecltntlmi We I.ou tho Leafy
Trees Oracle I A
Song The Trees' I-'i lends.. (irado I A
Talk Tho Caro of Everything
Around I'li Mrs. Carter
taken by tho 11 u 1 1 ; 1 1 n , was writ
ten Mimo months ago, when Mr. ir-
wtn was nr entployo of that papir.
This may account, In a way, for the
pessimistic way In which Mr. Irwin
viewed things Hawaiian, nnd Ills
cnvliouments may havo Justlllo'l
some of his reflections. Ho Is now
cmplojed on tho staff of tho Advei-
tlcer. and tho world seems brighter.
Judging from tho malicious state
ments niado by Mr. Irwin In his
studied misrepresentation of condi
tions In tho Islands, ho would nat
urally hud n most coinfortnblo ha
ven In tho home of libel und com
munity knockers. It Is apparent
that thoy nro pleased with him, anil
(he local sour-ball society has gain
ed a recruit whoso temperament nnd
power of deliberate falsehood en
titles him to a high place on its toll
of doubtful honor.
tho certainty of Its futiiro nnd have . Itecltation llo Planted Himself to
devoted their energies to speeding flrow Orado II
the fulfillment of their Idcali, Song Hark Prom Yon Lofty Tree.
Greater Pearl lltubor guarantees ........ (Irado II
a greater Honolulu, Ili'cllnlloii Tho Seed Grade II
MRS. FREAR SPEAKS
AT NORMAL SCHOOL
The Assembly Hall, In Its taste
ful dress of palms and hunting,
made a pretty setting for happy
faces of tho primary children from
tho training school ns they were
rented nt 9: IS at the Normal School
The exercises of tho day wore In
chargo of the School Coiisorwitloti
Club, Mlsu Giotc picsldlng.
The children sang "America," nnd
then the story cf Mr. Pliichot, the
boy who locd trees, was told by
one of the cadet teachers.
A solo, "Tho Klawl Tree," paid a
tribute to oho of Hnwall's tree
blessings, Mrs. iVcar told n dcllghtrul story
of the fairy that saw tho Koa and
Kiikul In tho mountain ;iIL.h and
tho cocoa palm on tho sen beach,
but no Bhnde In the hot plain be
tween, nnd whispered to one of tho
mission fathers and he lit ought
with, him the Kluwo beans, which
became tho ancestors of one of Ha
waii's best fi lends.
Tho story of tho cocoa palm was
told In .Mis. Krcar's bong by grades
tlireo and four.
The Normal School and (Iramm.ir
grades then assembled, und the ex
crclscs began by the school choius
tendering "When Morning Guilds
the Sky." Mrs. Scudder spnlto on
t)e conscrcxntlon Idea, old and jet
new. Without trees the rain lor
ronU was hour soil into tho stienms
end harbor, nnd tl.cn wo pay largo
Kunis to havo It di edged out. It is
time to stop nnd plant and prcscne
the tiee3. Dverj boy and girl Is
asked to ''dp. s
A iloii'- o quartet enng Mrs.
Prenr's 'i 'mi:' -.giving tong, "Father,
We Th -liec," nnd then Mrs.
l'rcar i jludents how tho Idea
of i .. shape public opnlon
i i lluu ic Idea of conservation
, otigh tho coiiforonco of govcrnois
called bv ex-Picslilcnt Uoosovelt has
icu ol . ur whole country. She then
showed that coiisorwitlim stands for
fiiEcWshness nnd living not only for
tho present, but for future genera
tions. We nio not only to preserve
our foicsts and water ict.ourccs, but
to conserve or mako them richer ;
therefore wo plant trees. Another
Important .conservation thought
wus conservation of public health In
which our teachers can educate the
)outh of our land.
Tho chorus then sang "lUcrnai
Sourso of livery Joy."
Mis. Weaker told the story of the
Lahaula cocoa palm grove planted
so long ago nt the suggestion. .of
Mr. Itlchards, father of Hawaii's
Tho school cu masse then march
d to the yard mid planted it num
ber of (Itius ticcs. t
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
in, Mw)w,.t Man. ''7ifyvynBSirjjij' jj
The Bishop Trust Company,
BED to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open n Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, wlicio ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with pioporty Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening n bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
nny other class of security. Under tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold propcity In licr own rlgLt.
Tho nisltop Trust Company feel that they havo been
fortunato In scouring for this Department the services ot
Miss J. T. Mnelntyro, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight yenr3
past of lllshop & Company's Savings Hank, Miss Mneln
tyro will hnvo an oinco In tho lllshop Trust Company's
Ilulldlng on Ilcthcl Street, whero she will bp found dally
from 9 to 12, after tho 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly conlldontlal.
Wood and Coal. Important !
We only nsk a trial order. Wc will then endeavor so to treat you
that wc will gain your permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281. Tort Street. Below Merchant.
Mont Rouge Wines
Is the connoisseur's choice of California winc3. The wine Js . a
product of Livcrmorc Valley nnd is always nRCtf in wood before hot
tlinrr. This wine has been served by the Palace Hotel for many years.
Sole Agents Hawaii
W. C. PEACOCK &
80 Merchant St.
Ap I, i; P 1500. Knpnlama, Ilono-i Wong Lcong: 1 cylinder Modol ".
lulu. 1 etc. II 31S, p 3.1S. Oct, 2(1, 1 Cadillac Dcni-Tonne.iu Touring Car
No. 1i7U:i-27397. OallU. Si.. J
Henry Dolmen nnd ns Tr jind wt I
to August Drclcr; I); :!-27 Int in Ap
5, It 1' 2243 nnd pc land, louts etc,
Mnknha etc, Walanae, O.ilm; It i'
5731, Kill 704, icntsete, Punchbowl
St, Honolulu; 319 Int In leasehold,
rents etc, Mnl.aha etc. Wnlanae,
Oahtl. $10,100. 11 2IS. p 359. July
Kit of Ausust Drcier by Dxois
and Trsvct tils to John M Dowsctti
D; 3-27 Hit In Ap .". It P 2243 nnd
pc land. Ms I.ai-.a etc, Walanae; 3-9
Int In leasehLld, Makah.i etc, Wnla
nae, Oahil. JIO.OOO. II 3IS, p 301.
Sept 7, 1909.'
William J Forbes and wf 'et tils
to Albert II Clink Ti ; D; Lot 13, It
P 17u8 or 19.1S. Kiiwalahao. Hono
lulu. S3,r,u0. II 318, p 30.-,. Oct
Lusltnnn Ilenellt Socy of Hawaii
to .Mary Parcsa; Ilel; Lot 22, Illk
10, Kcwalo Lots, Hunolillu. 5350. II
325, p 132.
D II Wodehotifce Tr and wf to All
cxander M Mcllide; I); por (Ir
520.-1, Ap 3, Kill 339GII, Ap 3. Kul
S041 nlnl Ap 2, It P CMS. Knlaheo
etc, Konn, Kail.il. $1. D 3 IS, p
300. Oct 20, 1909.
Rcccided Oct. 23. 1909.
Manuel It. de Sllvn and wf to Un
Ol Kami; D: por It P Gr 191.', Mnt-
nues Lane. Honolulu.- $450. D 319,
I, 325. Oct 23. 1909.
Western & Dawn Invst Co Ltd to
Mary A Lee; Lots 25, 20. 27 nnd 2X
(Ir 330C. Knlll Place, Kalllll. llono-
GREATER PEARL HARBOR
Honolulu Is having constant le-
Xeninde'd trlPli of some of ' '-"" " "lc'1'1"1 'utur thut
JSour local rltlicns. W. It. C.ifctlo's Is beforo It, and tho notion of tho
Jurguincnti lor tho suspension of tho President yesterday In npptovlng
Rconstwlifo shipping lawj uro unite us Iho plans for tho greater Pearl llar
JBiound as tho aigumeiits pichented 'r ll ono Pi tko many but very lm
by mulnlaua opponents of u tariff l'itant und pleasaut Jogs to- incm
Son sugar and "servile labor." l01"
' : Under tho latest approved plan It
Judgo Andrndo could not llnd sui- Is obvious that tho naval buso lit
"licltfnt law on the btatuto books to ' Pear Hnrbor la In no dnngor ot bo
"..convict a man brought bcfoio hlm'lng forced Into competition with tho
jftchnrgod with threatening to bccure promoters of tho naval stations In
,u Kahuna to pray un enemy to 'the Philippines or on tho Paclile
deulli. Deciuibo tho II u 1 1 e t I u Coast In order to becuro tho iittcn-
. .. ..... 1,1.... I, -....!.. r ,1... ........ ..(!...,
aiutiited unit sucn vas me iiisc, us ai- ii"o i h'iuihi """i " mii"
nittnn Is called to the IteUsed Stnt-or tho legislative departments of
Jutes by a lontcmpoiury that un-.io country.
tnced In Its Wednesday Issue that t'eart naruor is to ue tun crcat
J.tnny Webster" wroto a niction-"'viii uaso oi mo country in inu
nft'', luilecil '"Dauny" wtoto a tMcltic, nun,., whutevcr liuiipcuu to
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
,Kaimuki Park and Waialac Tracts.
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
Recorded Oct. 27, 1909.
Solomon Mahelona mid wf lo Wal
a mie Company; I); U Pa 1007 nnd
393, rents etc, Ana etc, Walanae,
OallU. $2100. II 318. p 355. Oct
20, 1909. '
Western & Ilnwn Invst Co Ltd to
(leorgo S Wnteihouiio; I); Lot 10,
lllk A, Piiuiiul Tract, Honolulu.
J200. II 28, li 357. Oct 10, 1909.
Ilookuuo (!) ro Knlnuiaii (w)'; I),
Sai all A Swlnton und ns next
friend et nl; Notice; Notlco;- Applcn
for Iteg Tltlo f por Or 27R9, Wnl
klkl, Honolulu. II 331, p 70'. Oct
Lelln L IHcbcI to Morris J Ills
bcl; Special (lowers, II 331, p 71.
Oct 11, 1909.
Morris .1 lllksel mid wf to Freder
ick i: Stecro; I); Lot I, Ulk 3. Col
lego Hills, Hoholulu. S3U0O nnd mtg
f.'OOO. II 319. p 329. Oct 2S. 1909.
von Ilmum-Young C Ltd to b'
322, p 299. Oct 20. 1909.
un llnniui-Yuuiig oC Ltd to (' t!
Potlei: Ilel; I cylinder Model
Poid Itunnbout No. 3309. Tcirltory
of llnwall. S350. II 322, p ,100.
Oct 20, 1909.
Mary Culleli (widow to L L Mc
C.i nil less; 1-2 Int ill It P.5310. Kill
10212, Puualuii, Koolatiloa, O.ihu.
S300. II 319. li 331. Oct IS, 1909.
Ann.i C Konnnllioli) to L L Mr
Caudlcss; L; U P ltS4. Kul 10135,
Wnlahole, Koolnupoko, O.ihu. 5 yr.
nt S20 per yr. II 320, p 327. Oct
Mary Cullcu (widow) et nts to I.
L McCandlcrs; L; Int In Ap 1 of
Kills SIS0, 7002 nnd 9959; Or loot.
Kill 7570, pur Kul 105; por It I
5703 nnd pc land, Walahole. Koo
lnupoko, Oaliu. 5 yrs nt $S0U pr r.
II 320, p 328. Oct 10, 1909.
Allen & Itobliibon Ltd to (leorgo
W M.icy et ul; II S; leasehold. blU,
ttc, Knlln, Honolulu. S50U. II 331,
p 72. Oct 281909.
Poter Halo to Odn of Dmmallno
Wnllnco et als; I'm- I); It Pa 8000.
Aps 1, 2 nnd 3, C380 Aps 1 nnd 3.
S005 and 69SS, Aps 2 nnd 3, Wtit
hcc. Wiilluku, Maui; K P 0554, K:i
hakuloa, Kuaiiiiiall, Maul. $1. . II
319. p 320. Oct 8. 1909
Kong Ding to 15 Kltagawn; I.; pc
laud, Wnlnkea, Hllo, Hawaii. S yrs
nt $110 per yr. It 320, p 325. Aug
C It I.indsey nnd wf to William L
Decoto; M; por Ap 4. It P 0777, Kill
5IS3 und pp land. Puako, l.uhaliia,
.Maul. $150. II 322, p 292. Oct
Kdgnr Morton ami wf to Ksl or
Admrs mid Tis of A ICiios; II P Ors x
521, Aps 1, 2 und 3 mid por It I'
tils 525, Aps 1, , 3 and 4 and 330
mill pc land, Kamaolc, Kula, Maui.
J2000. II 322, p 294. Oct !), 1909.
The "Arnold" Knit Diaper
ib ... .ttrj
r,M:w jnpmi ryt''j'.Ay
yielding, very ab
easily. This gar
ment is so shaped
that it fits the
body snugly nt
waist, and is
large, roomy nnd
baggy at the scat,
eruptions and in
ally exist. The
fabiic is very soft
and fine, making
this a common
censo diaper. The
squares arc used
with these. Siz
es 18, 20, 22 and
Fort aud Merchant Streets,
Price $2.75 to $4: dozen
Costs but little moio than you
need to nay for plated ware;
but it lasts a lifetime,
Our large stock comprises
everything from 'the -smallest '
spoon or folk to large. Punch
bowls nnd table scivices.
Strictly New York prices ptc-vail,
& Co.. Ltd.,
i- tA - 4
Biiftiillifri?ii i im -mi-ii mi, , i $AuiLm&:. Saul A '-