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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., FIUDAY, MAtl. 18, 1010.
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All government, indeed every What do jou Intend lo do for
liuman benefit and enjoyment, every dealer Honolulu and Growing llu
virtue and every prudent act, is wall? Is a question that should bo
founded on compromise and barter, 'put to the transportation companies
Edmund Burke. I Hint seek to carry Hawaii s freights.
- I And thu Sugar Factors should see
Undo Joe Cannon may bide with to It that the answer Is of n char-
iue i.rizciiKiucis who mm mat tney
liavo Btuyed In tho game too long.
That fi eight-carrying continrt
ought to ho worth about three Wll-
holmliias to the city of Honolulu, at
the very least.
When Hip Coventor returns fioin,1'10 Interests In.iugmntcd by I.n Tul-
Kauai, will ho ninka public tho kit
lost understanding for tho dispose
lion or tho Kttp.ia lauds?
Any politician who declares ho
hasn't ti Blato on which ho Is work
ing In secret Is n politician there
Is every reaton to distrust.
if nny newspaper should dcclalo
that Secretary llalllnger has been .1
success, would President Taft score
that newspaper for misrepresenting
So this rumpus In Nogotn Is over
nn Auicricnn car-line, and tho row
may ho tpliinncd to make tho car
lllio feel as If It wero at home, In
Never, mliul. about any damage
-tilt I ho Russians might brlurf
ugnltist tho Territorial Hoard ot
imiulsration, Jaclc Atkinson will
-boulder, the responsibility.
Newspapers, can say with equal
truth that some Presidents do not
nl ways speak with the disci ctlon
one might expect from the occu
pnnt of such an Important office.
- Lot n -bono that tho friend of
President Tnft expects to bo enter
tained In Honolulu for his true
worth mid not on account of tho
Iiilluniico ho may exert on members
of tho Taft family.
That proposal for Japan and
America to domlnnlo tho Orient
'may bo accepted In Washington
with n grain of salt, coming fiom
il country recently allied with
A law to pay tho majority of tho
population ten dollars each for fall
uro to ote Is tho system of taxa
tion best suiting the Ideas ot somo
of Hawaii's citizens claiming to bo
j, Judging hom tho records they
liuvn niaclo In tr.uin-1'aelfu; ilruinulU'
history, tho Mcltao rcimpany Is tho
gicatest combination In tho theat
rical lino that has per landed In
President Taft having taken n
f.il oiit'jOf tho newspapers, It Is to
,bo hoped ho will appreciate tho fact
that jio.vyspapeis innko mlsstatc-
'nmnta because of wrong Infoimntlou
that average politicians mako a bus
Hawaii' has dono well to sccuio
n summer school thiough popular
kubscilptlon. n Is, nevertheless, a
disgraces1!?, tho Tcriltory that such
u necessary udjuuet of tho public
schools should bo left to tho fato of
. Undoubtedly President Taft sighs
Jfnr tho days when ho was Governor
lGcncral of tho Philippines, and tho
government by commission sup
pressed .some newspapers Hint told
tho truth und fed others Hint pub
' llshed what thoy were dli cited.
i wiiciucr trutunii or not.
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS
iB a jfjvyJUIoiOtlior parts of tho United States liavq been unim.illy Increaslnt:
fei aitpgnditunm nn oiiuc'ition. Hawaii has
ml by itilucliij ..ilarlct. ot tcaclicru.
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I'et Sit Motilm ,b
Fct Vur. iiywhelnU.S .. ., I.m
Pfl Yttr anynrhett n Camila.. I. Bo
P.rV.k, imtpalct, foteiitn .
Enured At ihe r as (office (U HoKoluia
m srcoml ctsi matter.
.MARCH IS, 1010
actor that will secure the best Tor
Instil cent Ilepiilillcnnlsin Is n
movement of crowing novvcr that no
licgulur cm afford to scorn. It 1
an expiesslon of tho fight against
idle, ns well as Roosevelt, and tno
temper of the people Is such that
Insuigciitlsm will eentually either
control or wreck tho party.
When Congressman Norrls visited
Hawaii, tho local experts on govern
ment by n few of us didn't think ho
amounted to much. Ho Is now
leading the biggest Congressional
light tho country has known In tho
last twenty-five years. AH of which
Is a reminder that the men who
hurry to . accept nil , tho social
functions proposed by superior per
sons are not always tho biggest
brained or most powerful In national
'. mi FREIGHT CONTRACT
Let there ho no mlstnko about It
tho leaders of tho sugar Industry
111 within the ucxt'' fbw weeks
prove whether ttay nro using their
authority ovi'r tho great sugar
freight, going out of this Territory
for tho upbuilding of tho communi
ty as n whole, or not.
The sugar factors of this Terri
tory can, If they bo so minded, bo
stow tho carrying trado of tho Is
land Migar Industry In n manner
that will securo for tho pcoplo a
llrst-cluss passenger service, togeth
er with a superior freight scrWce,
nil under the American Hag.
The protection granted American
nteainshlp? and American Industries
la given with a purpose! and that
Is primarily for the development ot
Industiles to better tho condition
aud'prumoto tho prosperity of Amer
ican citizens. Protection of tho
sugar Industry Itself mul the allied
transportation lines falls short ot
lis purpose nd Is certnlr to bo nt
tatked If the advantages given under
llio turlff laws nro utcd for the ex
clusively Seidell gain of thobo dlioct
ly Interested In the management and
pwlltltig by tho direct dlvldcuds of
the corporations involved.
As this Territory Is forced to do
pond entirely on steamships for ull
Its transportation to and from tho
mainland, the men In whose hands
nro thu freighting contracts have a
much greater responsibility to .ao
community thoy will he held to a
more serious accountability bythoso
who will eventually decldo whether
protection shall bo continued or not
than the men connected with any
freight transportation proposition of
A proper regard for tho Inter
ests of the people of lluvvul! will re
sult In a maikcd Improvement of
the passenger service between these
Islands and the Pacific Coast as a
reciprocal condition of tho freight
If this Is not a icsult, It tho cor;
Iterations are greedy and tho travel
ing public get nothing, the record
will ho Justified In feeling Hint It
wll bo Justified In feeling that It
has been dealt vv.lt h unfairly, and
the man who declares that tho In
lands are being worked us a spongo
for all that can bo bqucezed out of
them will have a basis for his argument.
Number Money Cost per Avuiukq Cost
Pupils Appiopit Puril per per Pupil
AltcmlliiB iiteil. Annum. In II. H.
1 1 SOI $738 058 in (i'j j:'0.7a
13 7t!(l S5S.3S7 .1109 11
11-813 ROimn 0.13 Jan
10.U51 717.381 t.&l :..S3
19,178 905T,.5 .X!M .8.23
been icdiiclnrj cost bj ovcrrrovt
gatr; fti-viu .. A-j-iii-c-t T-iKitr MwrTiflr 1
THE AMERICAN IDEAL
Without any cxlonded discussion
of this point, It Is safe to say that
In the fulled States, morn than In
any other country, there Is n, rapid
adjustment to new conditions,
whether caused by growth In popu
lation. Increased wealth, or new
and morn scientific Insights.
The Ideal to which the wholo na
tion Is committed Is "the education
of all the people for service and for
There Is no ulterior purpose In
this, as, for example, that youth
may be trained to servo the Slate,
either as soldiers or merchants or
craftsmen. The nation desires morn
than anything else men and women
who can tnko their part bravely and
wUcly, and who can, help to build
a society fit to possess mid enjoy
the blessings of ficedoin mid self
government. Nowhero nro thero
such opportunities for Individual
growth and advancement; nowhere
Is tho higher education so freely
and universally bestowed; nowhero
liavo the people to direct n voice In
determining what public education
shall bo and with what generosity
of expenditure It shall bo adminis
tered. Thero Is In American edu
cation a largo admlxtuio of human
sjmpathy and philanthropy. In
rapid succession, various phases of
educational endeavor which have
been Instituted by social reformers
have been taken on by school sys
tems and tho cxpcno therefor pro--
vlded from the public exchequer.
The most powerful dynamic, in
American educational progress Is
tho sense of national and Stnto
pride und tho firm belief that popu-
lar education Is tho best Invest'
nicnt n nation can mako for her
moral greatness mid tho wclfate ot
(Continued front Pago 1)
tho verandah of our own house and
make hard and fast rules for him to
follow," so stated Illshop Hughes In
t ': ""?".' L"! 'ft?-:
homo for bnv hon.i Vim n'i i,v
lot of saloons In Honolulu unless you
havo 11 lot of boys to patronize them
when thty grow up." 1
Uhmop flushes Is one of tho most
m.mum rinwKcni on mo pniiiic p1.11.
ho "thorough to ,nlerstnandHm,bo!-sa,i
fae s nSui the M.f 1 si "u- of tier
offspring las. night "tn'iV pe'.m atad
never entered their lieads before. ..
in continuation 1110 I'lie-.Ker sad:
iL'nnnV0"""1 Wl' "" b"5 " "' U,aIr
S cakinc or the cnrso of chlM.lnl.nr
which Is so prevalent In tho Southern
Slnlnn. IlUhnn IIiipIipo unl.l. "Tlint
,i-i . ,
Intolerablo evil, child-labor, will bo
stamped out before my hair Is whits
and my efs dim. America will not
cudtiro much longer tho horrible ills
graco of child-labor." '
The lecturer Btutcd that thorn wero
four distinct phases of boyhood: tho
unconscious Htnto. thu relf-coiibcloiis
slate, tho muu-conscloiis state mid tho
God-conscious stnte. Tho first was
bab.hnod, tho second when tho !''
was changing his voice, had to wear
clot lies ti slzo too larg? for him. be
cause his parents tiioiignt tnat
would In tlmu grow Into them, lint I
which Illshop Hughes slid was tho
greatest mistake parents could mako
as he had never Known h ooy to Keep
a suit ot clothes long cuougli to grow
'If you drop out of ixhool uupr"-
pare,d jmi wlj Just get 11 'Ju'i ' and
that Is ull 1011 will bo worth" This
was 11 warning to parents against tho
uui 01 allowing, iiiuir nuytt n, iu4u
Real Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot. well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters,' etc All in good con
dition. On thenar line. Price $1750.
Story and a,half house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for an investment. Price $3250,
Acreage property in Pnlolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki. ' '
Five-bedroom house on Thurston'
avenue. Price $60.
Fiat aud Merchant Stretti
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES" FOR RENT
10, Young- Street and Pawaa Lane 4
Trent Trust 6bM Itd.
We Are Offering.
For sale, ciRht ( 8) beautiful lots in
mc new iutunuKi Ocean View Dis-
This property is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract.
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
1 For full particulars regarding thi.
Bishop Trust Company,
- T.-ZZ wall with the object of securing
f100' Tnlh!? "!,,, Bn,-UBlod t0 """" moUon ,,lcl"r03 ot ma,,y s""-
T1, 81,ca,(t!r 8alll: Ject3' "rd will also return to Hip
"D" ' morisaBo Jrour lyii future, but Ills Island as soon as ho can form
Z uSTnoWu wl W SM,!" "U, hUl ' Ch"rtcr tt 1,0Wer Mm'
X edueat ?S.V T tamoVHSS.1.. I wl uo "" "omo of tho
,1.1..- .. ,i. 1. 1.. , , "7...r " '
slouel, lacks eir.ci.pcet and has noil
, rpBnr'l ho mnn conscious state.
,,lKl,0, ""B1"-'" ftntcd that "Young
JX "body Umo from somon.me
lln" .WniUUOll Homo Irom KOmctlllng.
nwtnJit"ij itiiuu mull It-Ill-UUIIH,
not by 'nWB eomcboily to ftomethlng
nnd back ngaln, that would ho too so.
vert n doso nt first." Ab tho llmo was
too limited Illshop Hughes did not ex
plain tho Cind-ronsclous statu oxcept
to cay that man cannot succeed In
this world unless ho walk sldo by side
iwltli 0110 who suffered upon tho cross.
POLICE OFFICER TO
RESCUE OF MAN
(Continued from Para 1)
Thoniu- had not -lught him In his
Tho iiollco olTiccr hanncned around
the corner of Nutiamt street at nbout
nlno o clock this morning nnd thov
tirst thlmr ho i.aw was tho Jananeio
staggoilng aiound In u circle. Think-
Ing the man might possibly bo under,
tho Influenca of HBko, Thomas walked;
Mowarils him. Just as tho nollco nfll-
cer vvas within ten feet of tho Jap-'
uiicso. me i.iiicrt lumen ainiosi macK
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YOU WILL 'NOT LOSE A MINUTE
IF YOU' USE
' Office open on Sunday mornings
from eight to ten.
In the faco, hi mi mound on his feel
u,lu .,c" ncaciicmg towards tno pavo-
mem. John Thomas caught him as ho
icll, and then niter dulng nil he could
to help tho man. telephoned tho po
llco station, and had the patrol wngon
come and convoy tho Japanese to tho
OF OLD HAWAII
M. llonvlllnln and Aloxandcr
"unic Kord havo both returned from
n tour of ll'0 Jilg Island. M. Hon
villain Is fo enchanted with Ha'
wall that ho will postpouo his re
turn to Japan and again visit Hu
cruisers for n month or more. A.
bo ono ot the
Speaking of his trip to Hawaii,
l'ord said: "I went with tho de
termination of walking around tho
Dig Islam' ) is to become Intimate
ly ncqir ' with tho ground I
ccivo ed- 11, 1 did walk when 1
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wasn't nut nioblllnff, Iltld I had
visited with the first Congressional
party, but I wns not prepared for
tho ch'iugcd nnd Improved appear
anco ot the town In three short
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
are leaders in styles of en
graved cards and society cor
We keep abreast of the
times in both styles of en
graving and card stock.
Place your orders with u.
and you will be certain your
cards and stationery are cor
rect. ii. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
GURRE Y'S, Ltd.,
MEN'S $4.00 SHOES
Yes, sir, you can have Stylish,
CoSnfortable, Good-Looking Shoes,
and pay only $4 for them. They are
hard to tell from these costing a
dollar or two more.
Made in Bright Patent Colt, Vici
Kid, Gun Metal and Tan Russia
Calf, High and low cuts; Blucher
and Lace Styles. Late ''Snappy" toe
shapes. Many Extreme Styles suit
able for young men's wear.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
years. Htlo looks as thought It had
Just been taken out of a band box
Thero Is plenty for tho tourist tt
see about llllo, and I had not beet
nshore un hour boforo I anncxec
editor Kinney's horse and was of
to visit Halnbow lMlls. Why Ulti
don't build a trolley lino througl
town and out to the falls, I can't un
derstnnd. 'i suppose she will bofon
another three years; she will havi
to. After lunch I secured rncs
Moses and took him out to the Ka
humanu caves, this heathen rcslden
of llllo never having visited them
)ct living and doing business no
threo miles from their entrance. J
tiled to get him to follow me fo.
threo miles nlong tho lava tunuc
and burrow out, so forming n now
entrance and one two miles nearei
town, but he balked. However, vvi
got some good flashlight pictures Ii
tho cave, and some day someone li
llllo will buy a few pounds of dy
namlto nnd blast a moro convenient
entrnnco to thjs three-mile cave
under the lava.
"1 started to walk around the In
land by taking the train for Puna
stopped nn hour or so nt the Castle
Bawmlll because the locbmotlvo rai
off the track, and leisurely vvatchec
the process of cutting ohla tics r.
crime In my eyes, for tho Umber Ii
tho finest flooring wood In thi
world. Nothing can surpass It ai
dance flooring, as friends of the
Outrigger Club wlil toon havo cause
"At the Puna end of tho lino 1
dropped Into the delightful little
cllffbound warm spring 011 Mr. Ly
man's place. Hero Is a spot that
should and will somo day be devel
,opcd. These Hawaiian warm wa
ters actually cured rheumatism; the
natives frequent them from" far nnc
near when afflicted. After a bath
In tho warm spring I did begin tt
walk, and kept It up for about fltt)
miles, tho first day through primi
tive Puna, along the scacoast and
over' nu' that vvciro out a pair of
shoes per hour. Hut, alas! the onl
two grass houses I snapped were
modernized. One had stone walk
and tho other n corrugated Iron
rocif. 1 'spent a night ut Kulapanu
and tho next morning started out
on n "1-mIIo Journoy to the Vol
cano House, it glorious walk 4000
feet up the mountain bide, with a
trip to a famous and cxtenslvo hi
euu before leaving the beach. The
trail up tho mountain Is ruggod,
beautiful and waterless. You come
out of It at Kiteaulkl, nnd It you
ttlrn In tho wrong direction, ns I
did, land up In tho big pit, with
several additional miles added to
your Itinerary. I found llonvlllatn
at tho pit, about midnight, making
motion ptctuies for l'atho Freres
and the lest ot the world, Kilauea
vvas bubbling and boiling much as
every vvrltor for the pnst year or so
hus stated In glowing original sen
tences. Tho Volcano House of to
day Is n vast Improvement In every
respect ovor tho houso I visited
threo years ugo. 'The world do
movo In Hawaii. ' I wus oft at day
light, however, for a ride over the
Kutt desert und through tho cane-
fields, to catch tho Mauua Loa.
"Ileal primitive Hawaii is seen in
little chunks nloug the Kau lava
coast. Kvery few miles u little
grass house settlement ot native
fishermen and u little cluster ot
Films Developed at
- fl r f
.ncoanut trees growing out ot tho
"Thoy were scrubbing Cook's
.lonumeut when I arrived, but as
Cona Is the poor man's paradise for
, e who loves aut,olng,"I was ashoro
kidding' up the mountnln side at
en tents a mile. Tho Tare from
,'apoopoo to Kallua, Including n
everal-hour visit to the eoffco plan
atlons, Is but three dollars, nnd'yolf'
invo nn hour or so at quaint old"
Clnlua before tho boat starts for
lonolulu. 1 know of no more k in
. cresting part ot any ot the Islands
or a few days' outing than the
vona country. I havo a picture t
00k during tho first Congressional
rip ot somo pa-u riders on the
Cona road, and a ''number elf 1 tumble-'
town rigs. I snapped the same spot
.gain, and there are three autos In
he picture. Threo years ago there
as not an auto In Kona; today'
hero are a score, nnd homesteads
lot the hillsides everywhere. I Bpent
1 day on the Hinds' ranch to seo
attle feed on cactus and to ascend
'awaava hill, from which Is se
'itred the finest view ot Its' kind In
ho Islands, for this hill is In the
enter of the triangle formed by
he three big peaks that tower from
Ight to fourteen thousand feet'
.hove. Then there .was the rjde"
hrough the Parker ranch and two
lays on tho ditch trails ot Walplo
alley. It would take a whole
.haptcr, nt least, to begin to de-'
.crlbe this queen ot scenic marvels
n Hawaii the land ot wonderful
cencry. I nm going back to spend
1 week or moro there. Trails from
vhlch you can drop a pebblo down,
lown, two thousand feet; forests ot
.'em, mountain vistas as super- at?
my In New" Zealand,, vnllQy.J.anrt
icean vIowb that can be duplicated
inly In Hawaii this Is tho wonder
rip of the Islands. The Laupahoe-1O0-HII0
trip I havo done. It" Is the
.llvlern ot Hawaii, and comes only
vttcr the French and Italian rivieras
--und not such u long way after,'
sither. I want to go back to the'
Jig Island and I shall.
"It Is only n night's run from.
Laupahochoo to liana eight dollars
'o the purser, If jou please, how
3ver, as we rounded tho liana' point
,vo went out of a dead calm Into
monster rollers and on the liana
,'ocks could b? seen waves dashing
themselves a hundred feet In nlr, tt
vns tho finest surf display 'ihad
ever seen, such surf . at .Walkikt
would mako oven, tho biggest ..boast
ers pjuso In their remarks." Nol I
lid not go nut surfing, InBtead 1
rode overland 'from liana to Wallu
l;u, and no ono should miss thlj'trlp!
for the Claudlne does not leave Ka
hulul for thirty six hours after sho
irrlveg at liana, arrangements, will
Voou be perfected so that the trip
may be made in a day' at moderato
expense. There Is a stago.convej- .
anco almost" every hour 'between
Walluku and Lahalna bo I spent1, a
day In the old llawQltan.capltai'auct
wutched tho cocoanuts grow, tw6
hundred to a tree.' r got' back to
Honolulu sixteen days' 'after, leav
ing tho little metropolis, and 'wis
glad to get back, although lit' those
sixteen days I saw more' 'varied
kinds ot scenery than in nny'sly
months ot continuous 'travel in any
lands. I have visited, and I' want
to do It all over again and again
land again." ' ' '7
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