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STONING BOLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. in, l09
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WEDNESDAY DECMEBER 15. 1909
He who has battled, were it onlyniont, ns he Is so soon to leave for
with poverty and hard toil, will be.hls duties In Washington,
found stronttr and more expert The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n regards tho ut
4i,n , h onnlrl ti ut home teratice of the Dclcgnto ns the be-
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(V, V.aflo rnnretilrri nmonir ginning 01 n iiKiii. iiuniiuuiiKia
the provision wagons, or even rest!
unwntchfully abiding oy tne stun.
l'crhnps It was Justice Wilder'
hastened resignation that got nilxett
tip with Krcar's name In Us wander
ings about the capital.
(loternor Trear Is In a contest
with the liar Association and the
Delegate, lint that's nothing to the
way the fur will fly when l,lnk Mc
Cnutllcss gets home.
the party will ho the first to regret
that the tour of tho Delegate, to
straighten out tho party on tho Is
land of Hawaii, should have tie-
eloped n condition necessitating
such tlgouns treatment.
Pay lent when wo can sell yotia,
nice home In Ntitmmi Vnlloy 'with
Ihrcn'bedioonts, huge lot, with hear
ing fruit trees and nil mbtlvrn con
veniences? l'rlcu J2.7GO.00.. 'Caeh
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REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
It Is to he hoped that no one
holding sugar stocks has lived In
anticipation of the price of raws re
maining at the, Not ember level when
tho grinding season comes Into full
Delegate Kuhlo hns written his
own platform. It now remains for
the llcpubllcnu party to decide
whether In stund on it or write an
other, that sajs "we point with
pride" to tho land question.
Practicing horseback riding for
two weeks if Intended to put officers
of the icgular army into a condition
that would eiinhlo them to ride to
the other sldo of the Island to repel
the lauding of nn enemy savors
f either of the need for more war or
something to he desired In army rCg
i KUHiO'S STATEMENT. .
,. Tho carefully prepaied fctatement
'of Delegate Kuhlo on the minimis
v. nation of the public lands in this
'"Territory is more sensational than
, tho outburst In which, during a
public address, he tpiestloued the
i tonicity of thu (loternor.
The Kau speech was an explosion.
Tho statement that Is published
In this Issue I nn earthquake.
It now becomes Impossible for the
land question to be forgotten or for
tho incident to be closed.
According to this statement tho
1 'Delegate has found the Iniitl ques
tion to be one that will not down.
' He appears to hate met It wheievcr
ho has gone nmong the people, and
' lioihas come to a definite conclusion
nn arraignment of tho entire Kx-
rcutlve of tho Territory of Hnwnli
. for Its administration of tlio public
' This In the faco of a proposed
'v amendment to the land lawn that
' will supposedly make them less cum
ii bersomo and easier to Intelligently
K administer, ninkes the situation com-
plex to say the least.
, Delegate Kuhlo is clearly forcing
. Many. of the lenders in the party,
L while not pleased with the way In
t which tho land administration has
been going, line been disposed to
' mnke the best of It, recognizing that
everyone cannot be satisfied at the
Tho Delegate has decided that
. thero Is no use dwadllng, to use his
f ,own word, any Jongerj land Is an
N? lssuo; the people are dUsntlslled;
the Uxccutlte Is charged with the
responsibility of satisfying them,
and the people nro not pleased;
therefore get down to brass tacks
nnd face tho Issue.
Ono thing Is certain. Pretty
nearly everjono In the Territory has
something unpleasant to say of the
udmlnlslrntlon of public lands, and
i it is true mat tue auminisirauon 01
, these lauds has lacked the snap, the
ijear-cut, vigorous action that com
pels respect niui is generally recog-
f'nlzed as. bearing the hall in.uk ot
'On the other hand, the adminis
trators havo Invariably charged that
1 the reason for this Is the cumber
some laws that do not lit conditions.
vTho Governor himself, who Is spokes
rhi'sii for the whole Executive, has
criticised tho present law In severe
i terms, us Inapplicable to tho present
lujjriKuhlu seems to think that It h
the men rather than the luw, uud
,lila refeieuce to the possibility of
!iitiw managers being placed In
(charge ot the laud business of the
iplo Is of inoiu thun oidluary mo-
ENGINEERS AND THE COASTWISE
Misrepresentation Is such an an
cient custom ot the morning paper
that It must bo expected as n part
of the campaign to suspend tho
coastwise shipping laws.
It may be that tho Marine Kngl
liters of this city did not know what
they wero doing when they tleclnred
ugalnst nny amendment of the pres
ent shipping laws In their applica
tion to this naval and military out
post of tho United States.
Dot tho Bulletin doubts It.
Members of that organization
hate the reputation for being pretty
level-headed men, nnd we belloto
they lite up to It. Certainly they
arc nut to bo discredited on the au
thority "f n paper that viewed with
alarm the prospect of Pearl Harbor
utwelopmciit adding a large number
of skilled mechanics to tho voting
Imputation ot the city.
nut nrter all Is said and done, the
loastwlse shipping lnw agitation,
among those ot an honest difference
of opinion, resolves Itself down to a
conviction on one hand tlt.it the pro
posed suspension giving alien lines n
free hand In the transportation or
passengers will put the truffle be
tween these islands nnd the main
land In tho control of tho Japanese In
u comparatively snort time; others
claim It will not.
llelievlng thut thoy nro right, tho
opponents of the coastwise suspen
sion cannot fall to recognize that
the advocates ot the suspension are
purchasing their convenience at n
terrible price to' the American na
tion. Marino engineers nro nmong tho
first in civilian ranks to be called on
In time of national stress. We he
Met e their opinion on the local sit
uation will be given ninro than the
scant courtesy accorded by those
whose utterances have 'placed them
nmong persons bellovlng the mtddlo
class Americans are theoretically all
right but somehow always found to be
at fault when it comes to practice.
The Alexander Younp Cafe manufactures its candies
daily. This is why they have that delicious "Home
Made" flavor so foreign to candy of mainland manufnc
ture. Cleanliness is our watchword, and we invite in
spection of our factory.
"A. Y. C." on a box of candy is
what "Sterling" means on silver.
Alexander Young Cafe
H0UB1QANTS Ideal, Royal, Rose Ideal. Violet Ideal.
R0OER & QALLET Violettc de Parme, Heliotrope Blanc,
Boquct' Amour, Indian Hay. Fleiir Amour, Souvenir
de la Cour. Pervcnche dc Chine.
HUDNUTS Parfum du Barry, Yankey Clover, Extreme
RICKSECKERS Gyp. Pine Ponir. Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edeewood Violet, Attar Violet.
TIVERS La Trefte Incarnat, Azurea, Floramye, Safranor.
KERCHOFTS Dier Kiss.
OOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabapplc Blossom.
JEROENS Crushed, Roses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violettc Embaummc.
ROYAL Violctte Ambre.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
4. Recognition of Work by Other
(a) California State Hoard of
Education recngulzcK tho diploma of
this Normal Schncl as or equal rank
with tho State Noiuial Schools of
(b) Columbia University Tejch-
On Sunday mornings the office
open from eight until ten.
crs' Collego admits graduates of school Is used as n basis for the
the 'Normal School without oxamlnn- child's expression. WI1611 the pupil
tlon to candidacy for lis II. S. degree. .Jims thought to expiess ho Is In
A full ear's credit Is given for work strucled In tho best form to nut for
(e) Tho Collego of Hawaii ad
mits graduates without examination
and gives In Individual tases credit
for work dono In the school.
6. Special Features of the Normal
(a) Nature study. .
(b) Method of teaching spoken
and written Kngli?i.
(c) Industrial work.
id) Rotating system for cadets.
(a) The nature study method is
general throughout tho school. The
classes visit almost dally Mime place
ot inteicst along Industrial Hues,
gardens, plantations and construc
tive activities. l'lelds and streams
furnish the ninteilnl for (lass study.
The subject matter of phtslcs ami
chemistry Is treated Inductively
through a s'tudy of common median
leal apparatus, clocks, scales nnd
the common chemical compounds lu
dally use, ns salt, btc.
(b) The subject matter of the
Violet, White Rose, Floramye, Safranor, Trcfle, Maybells, Ideal, Lavender,
t Azurcn, Dactylis, Ping Ponp:, Gold Queen, Violettc de Parme.
Golf Queen, Violet, Trcfle, Djer Kiss, Ping Pong-, Da Barry Carnation rink, Ideal, Safranor,
Violettc do Panne.
Colgntcs. Eastmant, Hudnuts, Rickscckcrs, Mennens, Houbigants, ' Rivcris, Roger & ; Gailet,
Williams, Jerucns, KcrchoiTs.
Hand Mirrors, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Gillette Riuoru, Manicure Sets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files nnd Clippers, Daggct & Ramsdcll's Cold Cream.
Benson, Smith & Co. i u.
the expression ot that thought, and
also given tho reasons. '
(c) All the industrial work of the
school meets the necessities of t)i'
school life. Wo cook because about
200 peisons wlsli to cat. Wo wafh
and lion because the towels and
dish cloths must bo clean. Tho
girls make the dresses nnd wider
skirts that they need for dally wear.
The boys gaitlen to supply tege
tablcs to tho kitchen, Tho wood
working department rcpnlis carls
nnd hoes unit makes the Insect boxes
uud apparatus needed in the nature
study wurk ns a part of the regular
(d) Rotating h stein.,
Tho training students of tho Nor
mal department nro divided Into
threo classes or groups foi; conven
ience ot work In tho training de
partment, and tho day In the train
ing department Ik divided Into tin 00
pnits 9 to 10:30 a. m.; 10:45 to
l'Jni.; 12:30 to 1' p . m., to admit of
each division hating (hnrge ot tho
tvoik during one-third of tho day.
I'acli group teaches 0110 week In
each peilod, consetpienlly Unco
weeks III each loom . Tho gioups
then ndvnnce .1 100m, the group In
tlintlit S begins tlio work In tirade 1.
In this wav each cadet teat lies nil
tho KtibJcc'tH In rath grade nnd gives
one-third of his time for thrtu yeais
to uciiulilii,; the 111 1 of teaching.
nnd thu u'lialnlng two-thirds to tho
study of r ide..ilt- subjects and how
to teath 1
Thl , tiles to tho other de
li r , III' M'lllHll.
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
THE VALUE OP THE NOHMAL
SCHOOL TO THE TEHHITOKY.
The training of teachers to meet
the peculiar conditions that exist In
(a) The Normal School with a
faculty ot eight teachers.
(b) The Training School, consist
ing ot nine grades.
(c) The Industrial Work, with
3. Courses Offered by the Normal
(n) The' academic department of
the Normal School gives courses In
the methods of teaching mathemat
ics, hUtory, literature, nature study
and science. The course In history
ot education, psychology and child
study nie studied from the stand
point of the tenchor. The range ot
subject matter corresponds to that
ot an jtdvaiiced High School,
Special attention Is given ,to the
study of the chilli's environment,
simple agricultural operations,
plants, Insects and animal life,
(b) Tho Training School gives
tho 'cadet teacher training for one
third of each day during the last
three years ot the course In all the
subjects of the primary and gram
mar school curriculum.
(c) The ludustrlul work as far as
possible Is so planned that It Is
piompted by tho life motive, (he
doing of a thing because It Is neces
sary to one's support or comfort. It
alms at 11 iarmonlous Industrial f.
Ilclency and Is educative In all Its
GIVEN SILVER SERVICE
Manager Oeorgu ltoss, who Is to
leave Honolulu plantation the Inst ot
this month ttnsVlth Mrs. ltoss tiontru
to u very pleasant surprise on f'rlday
evening last. Whllo at their planta
tlon homo they rccelted n call -om
tho heads of tho plantation f.epuu
meuts. This delegation tmuiv.mccd tho
purpose of Its visit through Mr. Me
Keaguo, who presented Mi. and Mis
Iloss with u magnificent sllvci sorv!ct.
In tho nnm of tho employes. After
tho presentation tho otenlng v.us
inssctl very pleasantly P. J, Svvaddltn ;
giving snnio of his original stings nnd
Mr. Nicholson adding to the mr:
nient. Mr. and Mis. ltoss leavo the
first ot January for a world tour
MAY BE SOLVED
Real Estate for Sale
Well, we have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
Here are a few more:
Two building lots in Manoa,
$2,000 and $950 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and price and
At Kaimuki and Twelfth Avenue
we have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that has
nn unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor and the Waianae Mountains,
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots are cleared and improved. A
bargain at S3,800,
See Us First
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and was presented In tho Hoard
thiough Supervisor ligtin. Tho mens
in u however proted unsatisfactory to
a majoilty and It wont tho way of tho
Within tho puBt fovv days, attorneys
repieseutlng tho Telephono Company
mid Deputy City nnd County Attorney Also prices and Samples of the
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
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The Bulletin Pnbliihlnf Co.,
Ltd., is agent fur the best engmiuf
and lithographing comnany on
the Paciflo Coast and is prepare! 1
to give estimates on hieh-jrrade
printing cc every one
(Continued from Pose 1)
ments may ho lecelved with favor by
tho city nnd county lawmakers at their
llnvl rnmilnr mnMliiL'
All ngreement was submltled by tho ugnln conio before tho Supervisors for
telephone, company sovcr.il weeks ago I u final disposition.
Mllveiton lmto hi en ut wmk upon the'
meitsuiu and several amendments of
muro or less Importance hato been In
troduced which mo said to have, been
found satisfactory to both parties.
A new draft of tho contract Is now
being mado and tho agreement will
Those "Arnold" Goods
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
With lace and embroidery ruffles are
popular garments. They differ from
lawn or cambrio drawers in being
made of a cooler and more elastic
Fort and Merohant Street,
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the' beat of form
for wnart functions.
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in Silk Cases
for set of four
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