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HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS,
Expenditure! Biennial Period. 1907-1909
Hem. Amount, of total.
Salaries high school
teachers . ., $ 30,052 5.1
Salaries , elementary
school teachers 61G,970 19.7
Pay of Janitors 12,000 1.5
Repairs 64.98C 8.4
Supervision 14,400 1.8
Industrial and Manual
Training, 8,062 1.0
Books and' Supplies.,.. 10.600 '1.3
Miscellaneous 7.390 .9
Totals $773,460 100.0
Pupils In high and normal schools
In United States are 4.6 of total.
Pupils In high and normal schools In
Hawaii arc 1.96 of total.
TUESDAY APRIL 12, 1910
1 I hold every man a debtor to his funds. This means that the people
profession; from the which as men through their representatives In the
of course do seek to receive countc-l'-csl'lature have fallen far short of
their duty In providing for the chil
dren of these Islands.
nance and profit, so ought they of
duty to endeavor themselves by way
of amends to be a help and orna
ment thereunto'. Bacon.
Something most always happens to
give the Trusts another day In
;. Why wouldn't the old cruiser IIos
toii make n good station ship for
K; Either the doctors or the Russian
must hnve prickly heat to hnva
liintlo such a fuss over nothing.
When n secret conclave Is being
jlield In the Governor's office, It Is
fairly safe to presume that some
.thing must be doing In the disposal
jof Knpaa. "'
f. That boycott scheme propose!
jfrom Washington would rewult In
the suspension of much Honolulu
business Instead of the coastwise
You may depend upon It that any
candidate for Mayor of Honolulu
picked by a secret conclave of
"prominent Republicans" will be.
slated for certain defeat at the polls.
Citizens of Honolulu havo not yet
reached tho point where they are
willing to be bossed. They will re
elect Mnyor Kern rather than be led1
by the nose by a self-nppolnted gang
whose remarkable wealth and dicta
torial habit may cause them to be
lieve that the people will accept
anything that is put up for them.
Judge Robertson's first charge to
Federal Grand Jury Is a plain
statement of the Juror's pl.iln duty,
lit worklnir out the nrinclnle thnt
uAnicrlcan law is common Justice.
' San Francisco has sot the Atelier.
Meynltls In ati acute form. All Ho
piojulu hns to offer Is the sugges
tion, "For Heaven's sako hold onto
(it. Honolulu has had more than its
Manslaughter in tho second de
greo was the reward of two New
York chauffeurs whoso careless op
eration, of. automobiles caused the
loss- of two lives. In passing
"sentence the Judge reminded tho
auto drivers that the safety of, the
community was being outraged by
the constant disregard of chauffeurs
for human life, and the time had
come when this sort of depredation
should be brought to a halt. Hono
lulu's problem Is how many must
fell victim to the deadly nuto in
the hands of a careless chauffeur,
before the death will be called by
Us right ,nauie. , -
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Lot 50x139; well.
kept. House has 6
rooms; 2 'bed-
Electric, light, gas,
;, It has been quite evident to Ho
nolulu that large Interests havo
been In league to depress tho prlco
of raw sugar. How Interests can
do' it under the present statistical
conditions Is what mystifies the
local authorities on the situation.
Uncle Joe holds the whip hand
(when he dares his opponents to kick
jhlm out. Ho knows and they know
that tho selection of liii successb.
i'wou!d cause the worst .tangle tho
IHotiso has ever experienced. And
everyone except Uncle Joe Is afraid.
Col. Roosevelt's comment on tho
Vatican incident Is a document
'that every American should "read,
mark, learn and inwardly digest,"
True Americans .have no use for sec
tarian cmbrogllos that ralso the
question of a man's privilege to
think for hlnisejf nnd act accordingly.
Every time, the Commissioners of
itPubllc Instruction hold a meeting',
Utho people are .reminded that the
Bwork of Hawaii's public schools i
Constantly held" in check by lock of
Correspondent Monk, the It u 1
I e 1 1 n'B Washington representative;
In a personal letter received by tho
last mall states that among the mem
bers of Congress closely in touch
with the progress of legislation
dealing with Hawaii, there is not
the slightest doubt expressed of the
passage of Hie Joint' resolution call
ing for a vote of the people on the
question of Prohibition.
Chairman Hamilton 6f the Com
mittee on Territories believes that'
no opposition will develop to1 th'tf fos
olutlqn pf sufficient! strength' to
threaten" lts"passage nt this session.
It thus appears that any opposi
tion supposedly being offered 4by
Speaker Cannon must be exercised
with ext'reme secrecy. In fact, such
opposition probably does not' exist,
as the row over the rules and the
Insecurity of his own position is
quite enough to kc,ep the Speaker
of tho House busy.
Delay in tho passage of this, reso
lution and the bill carrying . the
amendments of the Organic Act U
the result of th'e relative lnslgnin
caiico' of Hawaii at a''' time when
events thnt make vital history for
th'e Nation are' taking 'place.
Most any Wednesday Is likely to
see action on both the Organic Act
and tho Joint Resolution.
From present Indications the final
passage of the Joint resolution will
bo at such a date that the cam
paign of the "Wets" nnd tho "Drys"
will bo short nnd very probably
COLLEGE MOUND ATHLETES
When good old President Eliot
left Harvard, It was presumed that.
Borne of the ancient Ideas on sports
would vanish. But It nppears that
this Is not to be so. Witness these
excerpts from r'ccenj remarks by
President Lowell on athletes in gen
eral and advance in education:
They have slender' respect for
those who work 'hard, too little
desire for Bound scholarships,
and regard athletic triumphs as
of vast Importance,
They willingly submit to
drudgery thnt would nt them
for professional ball playcr,
but recoil from Btudy that would
fit them for Intellectual achieve
ments. They show a disproportion be
tween Immediate ambition nnd
rolative permanent values, oven
ns they stand in the mind of
the undergraduate himself. This
disproportion Is.' due to the con
trast in amount of applause
won by the two lorms of activ
ity In college.
From colleges In nil parts of
the country we heat1 of' the
failure of men to tnko ndvnn
tage of the opportunities offer
Undergraduates are prone to
believe that nfhletlc sports aro
a good measure of red blood,
while high rnhli In studies In
dicates only Industrious plod
ding. They often rnto the two
occupations as savages do hunt
ing and husbandry.
The "college sport"- seldom
turns out n "grind" or a suc
cess In the future.
From what Jibb been said by edii-'nnesc. In a short time only Japan
ca't'ors o ability and experience, wecse will be in command of Japanese
may n't least conclude without fear ( ships. Ab a shipmaster tho Japan
of successful refutation, that the.cse has' not been altogether n sue-
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W&AT ROdSEVELT SAYS
member of the party succeeded In
gaining the decks of. the Nippon
Mam before the gangway was naui
ed up and the gallant ship moved
from tho whart.
While the popular Blarf of Euro
pean officers on board tho Nippon
Maru aro painfully mum upon tho
subject, It Is rumored that It will
not be a great while before there
will be a wholesale elimination of
rwhlte officials on all Toyo Klr.en
Kalsha liners. '
It Is more than n year since the
Japanese government stopped Issu
ing roaster's papers to any hut Jap
this port, Tho Nippon Yuson Kal
sha, however, has set the example,
and tho other Japanese lines aro ex
pected to follow suit beroro many
BROUGHT' WARRIORS" , ,
(Continued from Page.l.)
quarters, band and several hundreds
of enlisted men arc Journeying to
the homeland by the transport. They
have completed a rather1 lively two
years' tour of duty In tlie Philip
pines. It was first Intended to cut out
Honolulu on the homeward voyage,
but nt tho last moment before sail
lng from Manila, orders were re
ceived from Washington, making It
imperative that the troopship call
On the Inst voyogo of tho Sheri
dan, measles broke out, and there
were eight cases found among tho
troops of the Nineteenth Infantry
The infected Loldlers were taken off
tho vessel nt Ormo;. Two at the
cases were brought to Manila for
Tho troopship was sent to Marl
voles, tho Philippine quarantine sin
Hon, and remained (here flvo days
for fuin'-'a'lon nnd' disinfection of
Mnjur-(1 raf William H. Carter
Is the rani 3 officer on board the
Colonel Alfred C. Sharp Is In com
mand of tho Twcntythlrd. which
Is en route to the mainland to take
man who, goes to college for ath
letics and Incidentally gain what
book learning lie may, gets wlrat
he goes after" Naturally, he doesn't
amount! ,to'so Very much after his
cbllego' course Is finished, unless he
goes IntVt'hV bus'lness for which ho
(Continued from Page 1.)
young 'ladles aboard, who will take
up a 'course of study at a promi
nent Manila boarding school. They
distributed alohas and lets with n
startling lavlshness. It was solely
through the efforts of a gny crowd
cess. Ho Is all right- In a subordi
nate position, but the .responsibility
of command has been, In many
cases, too much for him. One of the
ships of the Toyo Klsen Kalsha In
the south American trndo was prac
tically stranded in one of the til
trato ports becnuso tho crew, unre
strained by the Japanese captain,
had been doing a brisk business In
selling odds nnd ends of engine-room
nnd deck fixtures.
The liner America Mnru, which Is
In command of a Japanese captain
In tho South American trade, has
been ashore thrco times since tho
ma'stor's cabin was given a llttlo
brown tenant. The T. K. K. pcoplo
Bay" thy. know of no, changes con
of young business men that one templuted on tho ship's coming to
it in the field of" missionary endeav
or, it would cause me a real pang
to have anything said or done that
imiuii uu ruKuruuu uy ms irienuu, uum wouiu auri or give pain ,,io, my
Catholic nnd Protestant, In America, friends, whatever tliefY fel'gfous b"o
spersonal and that It shall not give lief, Du't any, merely personal cori
vrlse to an acrimonious controversy, federations are of no consequence in
this matter, Tho Important consid
eration Is the ,avoldance of harsh
and bitter comment such as may
excite mistrust and angci1 between
nnd among good men.
The more an American' sees of
cither countries tho more profound
must be his fee'lngs of gratitude that
In his own land there is not merely
complete toleration, but the Hearti
est good will and sympathy between
sincere nnd honest men of different
fnltns good wllf and' sympathy' so
comp!6to that In the Innumerable
dally relations of our American llfo
'Catholics and Protestants meet to
gether nnd work' together without
b ns not warranting the slightest exthought at (he difference of creed
Qhlbltlon of rancor or bitterness. lovori present In their minds.
m. Among my best nnd closest This is a condition so vital to our
Rfrlends are many Catholics. The re- national well being that nothing
,pect and regard of those of my fel- should be permitted to jeopardize
low Americans .who are Catholics are It. Dltter comment and Criticism".
iROME, Apr. 3. Roosevelt partlc-'
ittlarly desires that the incident' con
necled with, his visit to this city
ulinll tin winu'nl.H 1... l.l fctavwla t.nfl.
With this in' view he cabled to
day tho following stntement to Rev,
I.ymnn Abbott,, editor of tho Out
look, at New York:
f Through the Outlook I wish to
make a statement to my fellow
'Americans regarding what has oc
curred In connection with the Vat-
lenn. I am sure thnt (he grent ma
jority of my fejlow citizen Catholics,
quite ns much as Protestants, will
feel that I acted In the only way
Impossible for an American to act, and
because of this verv fact I most ear-
fnesU'y hopo that' the incident will bo
treated In a matter of course way
ns merely personal, and above all
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process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation , '..-...' $4000
MAN0A VALLEY Two story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine' view.' House mod
ern,, grounds' well improved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar.
...gains in building sites i $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
i $3000 and $3500,,
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term' of years. Good opportunity for the right
party. - ,
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for neriods of four to six
months. Rental ....".'. $60' W $100" per month'
WICHMAN & CO. make a
specialty of fine copper plate
and die work.
Orders for Wedding and
Reception Invitations may
safely be left with Wichman
& Co., with the assurance
.tliat the order will receive
careful aiidjrompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H, F. Wichman
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station, nfter having served two
years' tour of duty in the Phlllp-tilnes.
Thero are comparatively few rnn
Tho evidence' for tho prosecution
was not too clear, and there . wcro
marty statements' of n general nature
which were not narrowed down to ox-
act dates nnd times. Judgo Andrado
Inplno Insular government employes ,..,,',, (n ,nW ,h; ... ,j,(ior d
on the troopship. This Is duo totVl8cmcnt amj Iloxt Tuesday was sot'
the fatt that tjie first, second and for judgment.
steerage accommodations' , are niieu
with tho army folk.
F. W. Carpenter, the executive
secretary of the Philippine insular
Government. Is n unssenger to the
THANKS FOR KIMBALL
AND MRS. NAKAIEWALU
The members of the; Women's. Do,-
nttno mi n wol l.en rnerl leave nf nb- novolent Society of Walalua deslro to
express their thanks ana appreciation
to Mr .Clifford Kl'mbali, manager of
Halelwa Hotel, and Mrs. Aukol Na
katewalu for their co-operation In mak
ing tho litau for tho Marathon facers,
on April 5, a success. '
The reception accorded'tho racers
was most cordial, and those, who" were
present are highly pleased with tho
sence. Mr. Carpenter lias ueen con
nected with the government of the
island post38slon in a iresponslble
capacity for a number of years.
Judgo A. C, Carson, a well-known
Jurist of the Philippine bench, is
also taking a vacation of six mouths.
He Is accompanied by Mrs. Carson
George It. Harvey, solicitor-general,
connected with tho Attorney
Ocneral'B Department, is traveling tn
San Francisco by the transport nnd
will remain n hnlf yenr In the
In the hospital are nbout thirty
sick, while In the brltf a score of
military convlctB nro being trnns
terrcd to Alcatraz. .
The troopship Is also currying a
small number of Indigent citizens
who hnve been deported from the
Tho Sheridan Is scheduled to sntl
for 8nn Francisco nt 5 o'clock. The
vessel mny be given the mainland
From the southern Philippine. Is
lands is II. M, McCube,' lately nctlrig
collector of customs nt Davao. Ho
goes to the States' to recupefat'o his
First Lieut. George II. Wright.
Philippine Scouts, who" proceeds to
the United Stntes on the Sheridan,
Is in charge of the cnsuals en routo
from Manila and from Honolulu to
the United States. Lieut. Wright
(goes home on lenvo of nbsenco of
about six months. He has been first
lieutenant and second in command
of tho famous 2 1st Company of
scouts under Captnln C. C. Pitney,
which has distinguished Itself nt
two Philippine Carnivals and on
other numerous festivo Occasions by
Its- flno drill.
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night
TWICE IN JEOPARDY
At tho Police Court this morning an
Interesting "blind pig" caso wbb tried
and the point taken by Scnntor
Charles Clilll'l'n'gworth who appeared
for tho defendant, I.ong Dal, was
that his client' had been twice, placed
In Jeopardy for tho snmo offenso.
. Somo months' ago' Inspector FCnncll
had n liquor selling caso against tho
Chinese' who Is tho manager of a
sto'ro nt Walalua. Tho ovldcnco In
that caso rested mainly on tho state
ments of a couple of Portugucso who
swore that they had obtained beer
. nnd wine at tho storo whenover they
paid thlr bills.
This, morning Chllllngworth mado
'an eloquent plea for his client and al
luded to tho work of. tho prosecution
ns a "persecutlbn."' A, M. Drown-, who
prosecuted,, claimed that thero was
no twlco In Jeopard) nbout tho.cnse,
ahd that Lcong Dai was charged with
selling liquor to a different man than
the ono alluded' to in th'e'flrst case.
'VORY SOAP appeals
to rich and poor
The millionaire's wife
buys it because she knows
there is nothing better
at any price; the me
chanic's wife, because
she knows there is noth
ing so good at the same
In both cases, Good
i There is no "free" alkali In
Ivory Soap, That is why it will
not injure the finest fabric or
the most delicate skin. ''
994AS,i Per Cent. Pure
something to lumpen never
made a man independent.
Stop wishing and commence
saving, and see how soon; you
will be cured of the wishing
Open a Savings Account to--day,
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
Ins1 dear to me' as the respect nnd re.
Ignrd of those who' are Protestunts.
acrimonious attack uiid defense, are
not only profl'tless, but harmful, and
On, my Journey through Atrlca I vis-; to seize upon such an incident ns
lifcd many Catholic ns well as ma'riy this as an occasion for controversy
ll'rnlestniil missions, As I look for-l would ho wholly indefensible nnd
Ewrnnt tn Idling 'the people nt homo i-houM bo frowned upon by Cath-
frill that has been done by Protest- nllcu nnd Protestants nlll:o, nnd nil
AS. APPLIED TO
iin i .m i
2li Picture framing
IS UNDERSTOOD AT
Fort arid Merchant Streeti
fiinta and Catholics' alike, as" I saw. good Amorlcans, , , , .
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