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KVEN1N0 IJUU.ETIN. HONOLULU. T. It., SATUnDAY, DEC. IS. 190!).
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
For This Climate
On Fort Street below King.
They arc exclusive in most instances.
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DOES THE RICH MAN PAY FOR THE EDUCATION
OF HIS OWN CHILD?
i (By Rev. C. M. Tond, D. D.)
Tlila quriitliiii miiy vwillito iiiIhu nmy jiiiiu ami nuxtiiln a mIhkO nf
I'll connection with the mutter of lax- W"l l'"-. '"t H 'l neicwarlly
, ... tie a iiiIrhIoii cnteriiiltn', and can
ntl.m. Since prcmnnbly l-eop c of nnm ( g nlRhw.llowcr lln.
means nentl their children to rrhoali ( pm,rsUc(1 b ,mi,c sttitlinent ami
or their own Detection and naturally jiulilli xplrlt.
H'ttlo their bills they. tua, oerhaim. Let in view the question at tlM
lie Inclined to fay. "t educate my another uncle. It Is thniottKhly un-
own child, why should I he taxed ttvi ntuml that thu equation of the
for other children? Let every man child docn not wholly conic from
take c.ire of his own." cither the home In which ho I hen or
It Is not probable that limn) will the nchool which he attend. A very
raise any tuc!i question. One tea- large part of the tiulnliiK I delved
lure of the American school sjstcm by every boy or Klrl comes from hln
Is the readiness with which It l mvliomuent anions other boys nnil
sustained by all classes. The poor filrls. ir a jmuiR tail nt'ier went to
lay their small tax, and the wealthy sehnil a day. but hud lled In a
their larse tax for school purposes iniiiimiiilty whcio other lads aio
with equal cheerfulness. If there educated he will c.itih some of their
Is any single cause which goes ill- brightness and Intelligence. Con
rectly home to the henrt of the Ame- tact between mind and mind espe
Vlran public It Is tho education of daily In the IminesHlonablc and
the joung. It would be a slur upon plnstlc period of juutli Is marvel
tiny community to suppoe that a ouslv educational. Now In a corn
considerable number would ralBO mtinlty where the niusn of the )iiutli
such a question as iilimo lntlinatcil. nttend public school, eien those
' Ncvoithcless. since probably even bt)n and girls who go other whercs,
the most generous community em- "r '1 not go at all will cntcji a part
braces within Itself one or two nar- of 'be Intellectual pioduct which tho
row minded people It may be well public school generates. In short It
to consider tho question which wo ' evident that the only way for any
hao raised. A little observation of "". rich or poor, to piovlde tlior
Mcts and reflection upon them will oughly for the education or his own
convince even the most thoughtless. -'httiI Is to do his part In the educn
na wo bollove. that no man In Amc- ll("' f " entire community, that Is
rlra rich or poor pajs for the edu '" sustalnlngthe public school,
iiitlon of his own child. I
In the llrst place many children. When llaby was stck, wo gao her
even c,r tho most wealthy parents Castorln.
attend the public school In some When she was a Child. Bhe cried for
part of their course of study. To
tee tho son of the President of tho
United States, a daughter of a sea
When i-lie became Miss, she clung to
i i t
nlor of tho United States, a child or When sbn hnd Children, she gave thorn
a Judge of the Supremo Court, or I Castorla.
nny other scion of the highest posi
tion nttcndlng public school Is no
uncommon thing. In racl wise par
ents of tho amplest means recognize
the Important truth that the public
school Is tho most effective maker or
stiong character within their reach.
Sundry Academies or Seminaries may
have many udvatitugcs, but to make
men and women of vigor uud pow
er, It Is widely recognized that the
public school Is unequalled. It fol
lows evidently that so far as the
children of wealth avail themselves
of tho instruction of these schools
their parents arc not paying for
their education excepting as In com
mon with other parents they dis
charge their duties to the State so
fiir as that Is expressed In the school
t Hut let us consider the case or
those joung people who are sent
nwiiy to some great institution, such
as a State or widely known Univer
sity. Undoubtedly tho parents or
such students do pay their term and
houid hill and Incidentals. Hut even
so they have not paid their way.
Every great University is in n sonso
a benevolent Institution, In the case
or the State Universities largo ap
uroprlatlons aro made annually for
their support. In the caso of great
schools like those of Yule, or liar
jVard, although term bills may ho
somewhat hoavy, jet there Is a very
large share of annual expense, paid
fmm endowments. So fur us con
terns tho tuition there would ho u
deficit of tons or hundreds of thous
ands of dollars every year were It
um inr mo incomo irom endowment
funds or other gifts. And the grcnt
er tho university, the more widely
. Known, tho mora numerously attend-
ed, the heavier the uniiual oxpenso
i which tuition does not meet. Often,
.. I think wo may practically say al
ways, a part of such endowments
nave come rrom small girts of lib- gt C i
oral givers with little means. And tUdFieS A. 313111011,
In these (lavs cvorv ono knows that '
public spliltcii men and women of Room 38 Alexander Young Building.
wealth aro constantly bestowing, Honolulu, T. H.
princely bonernclioiiH upon theso '
great Institutions. ' VAII It? I I HAUF K(
Come Right In
and see our tamplcs of timely print
ihep thing. Chriitmai Cards, Invlta
tlona. Menu Card, Calendars, every
thing you can think of for social or
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
jt.t niut perhaps u) man sends his child
proprietary Academy which has Difflcultv in findine what vou want
.no-endowment and depends wholly here. Our Roods please everybody,
.-jon tuition, what Is the caso with and they are sold at low price.
; him then? It still Is true that he is New arrival of Silk Kimonos from
j ,u beneficiary of the public school $4.60 up,
I system. Such a private school of uny The Algerian Silk Rugs and the
i mugtilttido must employ such teach- Egyptian Silver Shawls are worthy
era as aro available And It will bo of your'irispection. A visit will 'be
round mat llieso leathers almost unl- welcomed.
tcmally huvo gotten their Impulse
their training and Ideals In connec
tion with the public school system or
endowed Institutions. Ho Intlmato
Is tho Interrelation of our educa- Beretania St. Harrison Bide,
tloual enterprises of every kind that .
wholly private school, raised up to
the American standard Is practical
ly Impossible without the energetic
support and vlvlDcntlon of tho pub
.lc, school. True on mission gtouud,
Where all tho people Hie untrained
"fillip where' the very Idea of educn
ilon In wnulliif? earnest eitenlors
Parisian Art Co.
RStTHtEvM! Chisic ,iCo.
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Irrltatluni or utrrrtilou
if miifioui tiitmbriDH.
Pln!M, anl not Mtrlo
ff Dt pr pullODOUl,
Hhiltl by liruija-Uta,
CifCitltf 'tll wt (must
For Sale Everywhere
Call or write for. one
of our beautiful
They are free for the
asking, and will
give you an idea of
the many different
uses to which Ar
morite Paint may
WHOLESALE F00R THE USE OF CHURCHES AND
BON EONS AND CHOCOLATES MADE IN THIS ES
TABLISHMENT EVERY DAY.
FANCY CONTAINERS FOR CHRISTMAS "CANDIES.
TREE ORNAMENTS, ETC., ETC.
BEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN
Hotel, near Union Street.
ARMORITE is prepared speci
ally to resist the salt air of this
climate and is the only paint
you should use.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
.. HARDWARE DEPARTMENT '
Wc have just what you are looking for in a nice
Christmas present for'husband, son, or gentlemen friends
in FIFE and CIOAR BOXES, MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
1 All goods guaranteed as represented Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1143 Fort St.
This Shows What Our Customers Think!
Repeat orders have come in from every first customer we have had
for wood and coal. It is the best indication of our customers' satisfac
tion. If you send us your order we will guarantee you satisfaction and
endeavor to make you a regular customer by giving full measure, bfst
quality and the lowest prices.
Honolulu Coustruotiou 6. Draying Co.,
Odiro Fort St., Below Rcrctnnin, Phone 281
Start in the New Year by using
Ansco Cameras, Ansco
Films and Cyko Paper
and see the RESULTS
Films at Coast Prices
Smith & Co.
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S A POLIO
Ask Your Grocer For It.
American Steam Laundry
W. D. McINTYRE, Manager.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
1382 liliha Street, corner Vineyard.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc,. Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE td Te
HONOLULU DANCINO ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmes'ter at WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 261.
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