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T1 J Editorial Rooms. - 185
WEDNESDAY - -, .-
Nowadays we have scarce a little
person that does not think it the
duty of every man within his reach
to sit under his petty ministrations;
and that whoever omits them offends
God. For condemning the
conduct of another amounts to as
much as saying: "I am so honest,
or wise, or good, or prudent that I
could net do or approve of such, an
Don't wait for Honolulu to grow.
Oct In and keep up with tlie pro
cession. Honolulu's temperance campaign
will probably bo accompanied by the
usual measure of Inlempernnce. And
that is why they rail'.
Great Scott! Must llllo continue
to rob Honolulu In order to grow?
lira, we congratulate the Crescent
City on the excellence of Its 'selec
tion. What's this! Sugar advancing on
the day when the wiseacres told us'
the prlco would Burcly 4dr6p. lvon,
the croaker and the knocker can't
hold down Hawaii's prosperity tbjs
Any community and any man that
doesn't have tlmo tq consider the
public schools and give tlie children
the best there Is going, should bo
slated ns n proper candidate for the
Thoso Japanese poachers must
have thought a terrible row was
being made over it, when they slgn'f
ed tho array, or,-'warships vlthout
knowing that, it was a coincidence,
not intentional. ,
Everyone Is trying to size up
Taft and decide what sort ofiaiman
our. new rrcsiaeni is. i ne i u i
E'ft Wh(.f-. correspondent
does this pretty thoroughly in a W:
tcr that will bo published In 8atur
. Honolulu should do what It can
to .make pleasant the visit ot an of
ficer of a great commercial cluh'iif
tho. Northwest, and, Incidentally,
ge(-moro pointers for the broad de
velopment of our own growing Com
mercial Club that should lie a' great
factor In Greater, Honolulu.
SHIP SUBSIDY FAR FROM DEFEAT.
How ready are Borne of pur ocal
pcoplo to consign tho Administration
ship subsidy bill to defeat too
ready, in fact.
Presldont Tnft has riot' accepted
,' defeat for the bill, and It is not true
that tho cablegrams of the Associ
ated Press received yesterday state
that tho Republican Insurgents as
o unit will oppose tho ship, subsidy.
Tho Assocluted Press cable from
Washington reports that the Insur
gents are, pot agreod "unagreed" is
theTword in their opposition to the
shlu subsidy and the Federal Incor
poratlon bill ot the Administration.
Tills means that whllo they will
not,- support the ship subsidy ns a
unit of Republican Insurgents, they
nr,' not agreed among .themselves,
Some will oppose and somo support.
JV'o doubt very" much that the
rroside'nt or the1 Republican Regu
lars of Congress will coincide with
the, local opinion that the ship sub
sidy Is so ,B0on and bo easily de
It Is always well for the people
trublo Garvpy hod died at an nd
cd age and left several children
ihorlt his small property Mar
thtt tho ,ycungest, a maiden lady ot
O.'swas worried about tho failure of
tho. heirs to agrco on tho terms of
th'elr father's will. Martha, horself,
wbtlo sympathetic and always kind
tolher father In his old, age, was sus
pected of having' counted up her share
of tho estntn years before death nla'cc'd
It, in her hands.
Talking over .tho will with a ne)gh
''vbor.'she expressed much concern.
i". "Dayld ;and Adrlah ain't satisfied,"
sho. Bald. "Jerry says ho'g going, to
!, Imvo it ln,cvurt andMnhella an her
husband Is going to riidko trouble.Po
you'know," Bho' continued in 'thojono
of.ono Imparting a confidence "I Bomo -
UmoB almost wish father hadn't dioq
t-'nt'Sll." X.'t H
- .. . .. . . .. . .
(erSiaMontM e .Ho
Per Yeer, enrwheie lo U. I.oo
Pei Year knywhere CmU.. t.&o
Per Year xatild, knuga 3.oa
ttrtntd at the Paatoffict t Itcwotttli
m Maii-tkM mattvi
..-. .FEBRUARY 3. 1910
of Hawaii to remember also that the,
support the'y now receive nnd have
always secured Is from the Hcpubll
can 'Regulars, not the Insurgents
who nro doing their utmost to re
new the tariff war that may prove
so disastrous to every material In
terest In this Territory.
How far they are succeeding may
be Judged when nil otdtlme stand
patter like Senator tilklns begins to
PLAYING WITH FIRE.
. r ' '.
Read this from a published, inter
view with United States Senator El-
kins, a Republican eland-patter ot
"The tariff bill passed last
August," said Mr. Elklns, ''may
be to Bomo extent, accountable
for the increased cost of living
In many directions. In my
opinion there, should have been
a substantial lowering ot .the
duties on. refined sugars, Tills
is an ortlel'o of dally use- by
cverjr American family. A.,, less
ening of .arlfj , changes wou'ld
the" break fast table. The samo
may be true of either items In
the bill ot fare and those used
In. clothing the family."
And then decide for yourself
Iiother Hawaii Is not jeoyardlzlng
iui most Important Interests,, by
dabbling -In movements that will
change the law for, the protection of
r.hy American industry or enter
prise. ATTENDANCE ON PUBLIC SCnr)0L5
OF HAWAII; SOME CONCLUSIONS
Former Superintendent ot Public
Instruction n'abbltt hag. furnished
,.."),,' ,h ,Lin .,nA tL
common schools of the Territory. ,It
Is doubtful whether any more, com
plete statement In, this, lino, was over
made by any public school officer.
Li .T-he tables $how the number, ago
unu imuuiiuiiiy ui pupus in wio
group as a wjiqle and .In, each', Island
separately. In many, respects these
figures nro well worthy of studyi but
there, are some .features which more
especially concern the School Fund
Commission. , ,
Tho vory .first glance, at .this .re
port, calls attention to" tho many and1
'diverse nationalities concerned,, pu
pils nro .classed as Hawaiian,, part
Hawaiian, American. Portuguese,
Japanese, Chinese and a miscellany
ot races under the title' ot "All Oth
ers." Probably therp. Is no" commu
nity under the American flag which
Is called upon to .treat so idlvcrse a
miscellany In its public schools. We
do not question that a number ot
American cult's, could jriaka up as
long a list,' but almost fully of Amer
ican or European stock. The large
number of Orientals in Hawaii, to
gether with the native, Hawaiian
people, constitutes an element to bo
reckoned with .quite diverse from
that presented to any other Ameri
can community, Morcoyor, the fact
tha( s0 many of tbesa njsy be call
ed, primary peoples can not bo over
looked'. A largo share of them are
new to the Anglo-Saxon or Latin
ideals ot training.
Yet they must all bo provided for.
Tho American Idea) reaches all the
youth, and not some favorite part
of them. Hut to maintain soparato.
A chemist who for many years, was
the manager of a concern In Massa
chusotte, mrfititacturlng various' hlgh'
grade explosives, recently revisited
tho placo of his former employment.
' During a talk with his old friends
.1.." i..,li..,i i.. !'., t ., :
ui mu uiDiiiuiiuu, nu iuhuu luijuiry
with reforonce to a certain colleague
ot tho name, of Jenkins, ,,
"Dy tlio .way," t'ald' tho chemist
"what has becomo of Jenkins? Fine
"Finn chan. Indeed." ncreeil the
'foreman, "and very skilful In tho, use,
of chemicals, liut a little absent'
mlndod Jmiklns. fieo that dlscolora'
nun oil me wan over, inerot
' why , m ,. h , . ... .
I ... .,7 ,L,V8'..Vl" wnat '"" ltiat ,0 d0
' . , ,,
""That hr Jenkins."
..iiooU for thi'Ku distinct races
would be a riinnlfesl IniposHlblllty.
The government of Hawaii has
attacked tho problem thus presented
with marvelous success. Tho report
referred to exhibits 111 detail ilio
number from cncli of thesu national
cla'snes In eight distinct grades. And
ubovo theso eight grades are nour
ishing High and Normal schools, .be
sides n number of other Important
Bpml-privatd Institutions, nit recog
nizing the Importance of higher
training for' ull these youth. Tlie
very rcsiectablo attendance shown
In all these grades must be a ro
markable encouragement, not only
to school officers and teachers, but
also to the taxpayers ot the Terri
tory of, Hawaii.
In some" respect's It is especially
Important that this "Territory should
enrry Its pupils on through tho
upper grades and the high schools,
ami the, Ins'tltutlons above. ,
The business, social and govern
mental Importance ot this group of
Islands bids fair nlwnys to be much
greater than Its proportionate nurii
ber of people. Hence there will ul
ways be tho necessity of n largo
number of well-trnlticd leaders.
- Even nmong the diverse races
such leaders will bo needed.
For instance, should there con
tinue to be a considerable number
of Japanese residents in this Ter
ritory, the publio welfare demands
that there should be among them
leaders of their own, well trained in
All this evidently calls for a
greatly-enlarged school fund. And
the deduction Is further enforced by
the Btudy of the returnsfrom the
separate, Islands. Oahu greatly leads
the whole group In tho proportion
ate numbers attending the higher
grades. In fact, in the Island .of
Oahu there are more than five times
as many rclatlvejy In .the higher
grades as we find in any other is
land. Kvldontly this larger success
springs from the more complete edu
cational facilities of Honolulu. And
the cascofi.Oahu emphasizes tho
fact that moro complete school fa
cilities through the Territory will
Inevitably bring up the hlgiicr
grades of 'attendance.
"Hut 'their old friend, tho nows
naner. is taken Into the Inmost pri
vacy of the, family circle; it is dis
cussed at the supper tnbo, It Is road
at leisure- In the evening, and us
pages are scrutinized with the Inter
est born pf long, Jiablt, and discrim
inating taste. An advertisement In
the evening newspaper goes intpi tho
family circle nnd, can not he exclud
ed. ,li is wclcpmo because it, Is a
part of something else that Is wel
come, nnd it goes there at the very
time when tho. occasional, domestic
economical council takes .place.
There Is no substitute for evening
newspaper advertising except loss ot
TRENTON. N. J.. Jan. 22. Passngo
by the common . council hero o an
ordinance providing that all portions
wb'O) cannot , get iscatg on trolley cars
need .not pay fares, his given rise to
jm unusual traction" situation. Crowd
ed" cars have suddenly becomo popu
lar, t t 1 v
"Stand up and savo your fare," is
tho slogan. of hundreds ot men- pas
sengers', who have) never beforo, been
known to glvo up their scats to
Tho ordinance provides- that con
ductors mpst refund faros to men who
gfvo up their scats to women passen
gers. Some women object-now to tho
prevailing gallantry of tho opposlto
ox, sb they, really prefer to stand'.
Luther liurbank may yet eorahlno
utility, with art by designing a tree
that grows railroad ties In, its trunk'
with' beautiful little Christmas trees
sjLpotng,QUt,at the top.
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Real Estate for Sale
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A bargain at Kajmukl. on' Eldveri't'h ,
i " . ' , 1 ... l.X-
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Lots lu Kalmuk'l Park Tract', tUdo''! '
Kt 1 i'.... . '
each, on easy payments. Three'
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acres, cleared and fenced, in tho Kal- . .
i i ... i '.."-' -
mukl Tract, for $2600, Acreage
property In Palolo
These are a
,tlcs we have to
in real estate.
Buy this week. For 6 days .we will
continue to sell thosjc choice Kai
muki lots, right on the car-line, for
$400. Terms: $50 cash; $10 per
is inatentaiieoui if tent by the
Office Open Sunday From 8 to 10
. w a A A -JL "
HUBBERD SPEAKS ON
Harriman Would Keep Flag on Pa
cific by Refusing Big Offer For
Bis Ships From Japanese' Gov
ernment. ' '
Captain I, N, lflb'berd delivered nn
nddross on ,tho rehnbljltntion of the
American merchant marine at the
luncheon of the Transportation Club
ycsterdayIn whichihe 'said:
'Today a-stcamshln of kho ordin
ary cargo type costs'' fully twice us
much to build In this country ns it
does In Europe,' whllo tth'o coat of
operating the foreign ship, as com
pared' wi(h, f hd 'XmorilcAu vessel, is
about 33 1-3 per cent.' Asa matter
of fact, a Norwegian. vessel capable
of carrying uuo iorsot cargo-was
recently in thtg porttho payroll of
Which' was .exactly IGSGoper month,
while an American ship, carrying tho
same, number, of, men and, capable of
carrying Hhe.) same amouarUaf' cargo
wo'ufd have a nav rolf of $2400 per
month;1 ana ftVo'uld Vosti'tftVee times
as mchjfieT.man.Pvrurt6 pay for
the. prpvls'lons ,of';hi; craw as her
'foreig'A riVal , .woI'df ha,v6' t'6 pay.
'' , "Lit is oolc" for' a Vonlnt at the
ncHoni' of nun Vroiiclii' Hnurtsli. Ger
man and! 'Japanese, friends.; iThe for
mer pay B' direct boiinty to their
ships, of. p much per tori per mile
sailed: Th(s b'ountrrls1; so, liberal
that it Is Ha unco'mmctn.slg'h't) to have
a. French -vessel ,'e"nter"t)io Jport of
Ban iFTan,cisco, stay la tew-.uours, so
jhe', master, can ..r.ei)p,jt , tb'p French
Consul' arid receive. h'hcartlflcato'that
niBinip nui jmiicunur inu niuuo
and mlles.i.tako on, iCfo frosh pro
vIbIoiis arid sail 6utiaga(n,to Austra
lia, or to the East' .Coast of South
America. A number oX vessols-dinve
btatn-doing Ulils same rthlug tfor the
lastj tWoyears, during I which, rtlme
they, have not carried a pound of
4rsfo. ap'd yet the 'J.ouirty Ipai'd' by"
,t,h'9 aovcrnmont Is BUffl'cla'nt to pay
tlie owners 7 per cant" .on their In
"Take; as an Jllustratlon,' two
steamers loading here, one owned by
pnAmerlcnn4m'crchat 'and tlip.oth-'
tew of the opportunl-'
'' v t
offer foV ln'vetnient .
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SNAPS IN KAIMUEI REAL
We are ottcrinir fourfihe lots right
in the heart of the. KAIMUKI
TRACT. This Propirty commands; a
beautiful marine and mountainview,
Total area, 45,550.sqs ft. Our price
for the four, $1400.
Tvo more fine lots facing on 9th
Avenue, in block 30, Kaimuki.- Level
and almost entirely dear of rock.
This property for sale at your' own
New four-room cottaee ft' Kai
muki district. High and sightly lo
cation'Close to car-line. This house'
is new; lias never been occupied.'
Price $2000. i
For further information concerns
inp; these and other properties, see'
BISHOP TRU8T COMPANY,
BETHEL STREET "
er having London for her homo" por'ti
Doth toko cargoes out1 ot San Fran-'
cIsco for, let us say, Bome port in
Japan or China. Just ns Soon as'
t'jey uro ready for business, each be-.
gins to look tor a return cargo for
his vessel. The Americtn naturally
wonts his steamer to corco back.hero,
hnd. therefore docs ovurvthlnir In
his nowor to secure a carg5 "for this
part ot thc'world. If he cannot 'find'
any freight pfferlug he will' be c6m
pelled tii' ;m cliase ,n cnr.-?o on his
own nci, in., This cargo l.i .then do-H-,,,d
1 u .Hi. n Francisco', from which
point it mast be distributed to the
various pluccs where tho goods., are
finally to be consumed. These goods
may go as far east as St. Louis, Chi-
cago or Now York beforo they aro,
disposed 'of, and every pound ot
freight thus handled ia n distinct
benefit to -seme of tho lines whl6h
you represent'. You1; therefore, see
rrj'.iMni-in j.vi' 1!-. T."ir.-
2 NEV Pianos.
NE High' Grade Pianos," fuir'scale,'"; . ;
i NEW Steinway Vertegrand, slightly usedj
i 'NfcW Stein,vay Miniature Grand . ' - -
I EW Steinway Baby Grand, ,- - ,
lEW P.layer.jPianos 88 notes playing the
u a 101 01 tnem to
swments, at same
phone 2is Thayfer PfanQ C
tho Ameilcnn ship Is really one of
(he very best pollrltors any transpor
tation Interest routd possibly hate In
a foreign country.
"Sotnu mouths beforo Ills death,
llnrflmiiii received n very iilutlcrliig
offer from thu Japanese for his
steamers, it was such .u, good offer,
viewed from n strictly business point
of view, that his business associates
strongly advised .him to accept' it.
llut llnrrlinan's answer whs: 'No.
If I, sell my ships today Hill will
null his vessels tomorrow, and we will
see the l'nclllc ocean without n single
Amdrlcnn Hag engaged In the over
sea trade, nnd I am too good an Ame
rican to let this thing happen whllo
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1 imiU VIIU I1UMII. l l.l.. tfc ifc.
"It may surprise sou to lenrn that
river 90 per cent of our transports
running from San Frnnclsco to the
Philippines nro of foreign construe
Hon, and theso same vessels would
not '.be allowed to go Yrom one port
to nWher, wrfre they not controlled
by the War Department, ,by reason
of tjiclr Jielng forcigtv bottoms."
. FOR JEWEL ROBBERY
Job Uothclo, who is Vilxed up In
tho iowtilry cafo, upon which ChM of
DetJctlvos McOulfio hnabcen working,
hns heen chaiged with grand larceny
In tho first degree and bonds set at
I HOSPITAL STEWARD
Says' He Has Seen! More of Life Since
. Placed- Between Bars Would
Xive "Different .if Had Another
SAN QUBNTIN, January 23
llnn n. Ilrndluiry, th'rf Corto Madera
millionaire, acrvlng a one-year term
for iicrlury. Is nsslstant steward nt tho
prison hospital here, nnd, though, ur,
W. J. Stone, tho resident physician, ex
presses himself In laudatory terms
about tho Bklll and doyotlon to dujy
ilispmycii iiy iub Biiuaiieni, ins uiwu
nro a. labor of love, nnd If tho ngod
financier experiences any regrets
about working gratuitously ho has not
"I linvo come to learn that monoy (s
not tho only goal wmthy ot one's best
efforts," Is" iira'dliuryy philosophical
view,, after- flvo months of prison life,
"nnd If I had my Hfo to'llyo over again
perhaps I' might try to get closer to
my fellow men, that 1b to Bay, I would
try in look uporn. tho world from a
different 'point of view. Uul sfncoftny
early boyhoodt h'ad',to work hard to
make, a living, aW school learning has
novcr been much pf. a burden to mu.
I nov6rjjioiic:iio''uaugh tb" IttSivJ-''
r'Sty work In tho hospital Is vory
congenial to me. nnd I linvo never been
so close, to Ijiti sufferings of mankind
as since I was dotpllcd to dity h'flre,"'
Tho prison 'aiithoiltles look upon
Dradbury us-a model prisoner In ovcry
respect. Ho has been anxious nt all
times to conform to all regulations and
has novcr complained about anything,
and ho hns been Instrumental In, con
ferring little' fa'voiM upon his follow
prisoners .through Ida family,
Bulletin Basinets' Office Phone 25a
RnlWIri TWtoris'i TJnnm Phnna 1BR.
4 ) mtl" Tf'
all in perfect
- Hand Piano", ; ;' -
' s 1 , , '-
ised less than 76 months'
of reliable' make,. full scale, k
full scale, fro m - '.
l l 1 - '
All these. pianosv are marked' (in plain figures) down
maKe Rooa we nave .them onhand'to sell, Terms: 'Cash or'In.
price, ; . i .
Young girl its saleslady, ntil'nwnn
Junction Store. .. ' 4r.33-3t
l'cr C.-A. stmr. Mak'urh. for Vic-
tilrlu. Mr, nud MriJ. A. It. (Inrdtm,
.Mrs. P. 11. (lJocr, Mr. and Mrs. It.
Alcxanilor, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Ilohson,
Mr. and Mrs. Whltcaway, Miss Helen
Mnckny. Miss 1J. Crcll, A. W. Unn
forth, Mr, ami Mrs. J. O. Slmoth.
Cluis, 1). Towslo Mr. and Mrs. $. S.
McLaren, Mlts K, Scott, Mrifeandiyr.
It. Hiiddy, K. H. lroiistiles, Mr. nnd
Mrs. K. I!. Wllllnms, O. T. Drown. U.
Ilrodle, I!. .T. .Icrniaiu tlos Rva Mer
ry. Dr. nnd Mm. Ai O. Smith, A. A.
Ilallachy. W.' J, Tliitt. Mr. nnd Mrs. It.
A. IMgcr, .T. 1). Konnody. C. M. Denis
ton. J. llowcllff. Thos. LaVson, S L.
Hoilgcst Ij. W. Wilson., II. IL Korwln,
G. Kvnns. PianK Jdnrdermott, J T.
HclTnlaii, A. K. MntrrlitUKlitoU, Mr. and
.Mrs. Wise, MIbs Untlor, M. MnDrn.
MIsh Cardnza. Mr. and Mrn W, O. Sill
ier, Wulter Rtantnii, rs. Btaliton; C.
R. Hovoy, n. Stead, Mrs. W. ,W. Car
U'Blo. K.A. Wlllard,JJrs..O.B. Mac
donald. Mr. and Mrs. MacCllntock,
Mrs. J. 13. Cockbiirn, Miss M. Oort4
lings. Miss jr. Hendd.cn: Mr, and.Mri.
Fred Harvey. W, H. .fohnsoiV, Mrs. J..
B. Miller, MIsb .T,r HIsloji,, J. n. Lo
clalrc, D. M.' Mllldr, I: ,M. Chadwlck:
Tho tiro alarm whistle of 18 this
Afternoon railed out tho department!
for n small blaze In tho now npart
ment hnusea nt'Xuunriu nnd Ilcro-'
(aula streets. The boiling of somo'
'tea' ct fire to nomo"rtiM)f8h' closo by.
jne uiazo was soan?put;jDut anil no
Harry Tliaw'hns been prunoiincod
n bankrupt. , . J;t .
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WILL PURCHASE 'A. COPPER",'
PLATE ENGRAVED WITH
.YOuk NAME,, TOGETHER
Willi ONE HUNDRED STY
LISH; Hb I TIN G. OA'lDS
t PRInW'fROM THE SAME,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
2 1 6
;2 2 5
d 6',' olg'
ZJ J ,i'tw)V
1 1 K'O
-$4.00 to. 700 '"
"' rT. r f 'll',i ft('l
to a small profit.'. Wo must
t Fort and MerchanV Streeti D.
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