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SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1010
Glens Falls, N. Y., will Boon bo In
the clung o( "Mother o( Governors."
Doth candidates for Governor of New
York nt tho coming election were born
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanouiu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Eddie Kane Fernandez,
Chas. Kanckoa, ' '
S. K. Mahoe.
John C. Lane,
:t Andrew Cox.
. - CITY ATTORNEY
Robert W. Shingle'"
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K'. Simersbn.
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Frank Pahia.
Waianae ). K. Kupau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
n. - !
When llonoluli was nuked for
funds for tho Y. M. C. A. the jieoplo
oversubscribed. Now thnt tho Meth
odist church Is asking for n little
more money, cortnlnly Honolulu's
reputation should bo upheld to the
limit of $10,000 at least
No power other than tho power ox
pressed by tho will of the people
through it straight Republican voto
will permit this Territory to keep Its
surfboard on tho crest of tho wnvo of
prosperity as has been dono In tho
past under Republican administrations.
This Idea of figuring that Trent Is
not with McCandlcss, gives you an ex
am plo of popular errors. Tho Doss
and tho Deacon are working the game
together. Tho Doss Is playing to tho
antl-mlsslonary and the Deacon to tho
missionary crowd, and they think It
The glory of life is to love, not to
be .loved; to give, not to get; to
serve, not to be served. To be a
strong hand in the dark to another
in the time of need; to be a cup 'of
strength to a human soul in a crisis
of weakness is to know the glory of
life. Rev. Hugh Black.
Trent Is McCandless and McCand
less Is Trent
Hawallans have gained a reputation
'as loyal Americans. A voto aculnst
European Immigration will ruin (hat
reputation. Though Americans might
vote for McCandlcss and Trent, tand
thcrcforo against Immigration, tho
Hawaiian-Americans would havo to
Bhoulder tho, discredit of It, because
tney control the electorate
HELPING BOYS TO BE
- "i FARMERS,- ,.
The affairs of this Territory are o
be conducted on the basis of man
hood', not dollars.
Doss McCamJlesa 'will not require
tho use of a shoe horn to get Ills' hat
oil "tho morning after." .,
A Territorial tragedy would' bo tho
'election of McCandless to tho Dele
gateshp,tir his right bower Tront to
Honolulu has always had enough
money to build a church and estab
lish a mission. So don't let 1910 re
cord a fall from Grace.
After witnessing the tjamo of foot
ball under the revised rules it is lm
possible, to'yiay 'Vihctliar they were
revised upward or downward.
' .Theodbraspcuks forenry ;bot
'jg Lodgo Tn his capacity as a friend. For
- Henry Cabot could probably Insurge
Evory local effort to sccuro a movo
through tho public schools for better
education In ngrlculturo meets with
opposition. Dut tho day is fast ap
proaching when tho reactionaries of
poverty and Ignorance and tho reac
tionaries of wealth und Intelligence
must learn that small farming and
intelligent ngrlculturo must begin in
tho schools It it Is to be made a suc
cess. " , ,
Dubuque, Iowa, has instituted nn
nctlvo fight against tho "lure of tho
city," which is drawing boys from the
farm's and small towns to tho largo
centers of population. A school has
been established where youngsters
from 12 to 16 years old can live out of
doors, learn the practical lessons of
the farm and at the same time follow
tho same course of "book study" pur
sued jn other schools. This institu
tion is' called "Park Life" and' was
founded two years ago by Prof. D. J.
Horchem of Dubuque as an experi
ment The plan Is to train young
boys along useful, Interesting and
healthful lines, to keep them .busy
throughout tho year and to Instill In
them a real love for out-of-door life,
and, above all, for productive occupa
tions. All the work of tho school conters
about "the farm," where tho boys nro
taught tho simple elements of scien
tific farming, how to ralso tho differ
ent varieties of garden truck and how
and when to plant the staple crops,
such as wheat, corn, ryo and barley.
The boys also are taught about cattle,
sheep and poultry.
In addition, to this tho .school
grounds must bo kept up and tha
youthful farmers got experlenco in
agricultural engineering, such as ditch
and well digging, road building and
Irrigation. , 4
In the summer the boys llvo in
tents, cooking their own food and oc
casionally taking a "hike" to places
of Interest Once every summer k
longer trip Is taken, In 1909 tho boys
went to the Dolsl of Wisconsin, Last
August twelve of them, under tho
guidance of I'rof. Horchem, went to
Chicago. They stayed four days, see
ing tho city from one end to tho
other. Thoy were greatly impressed
and returned homo full of reports of
tho wonderful things 4(hoy had seen,
but at the same time glu'd to "get buck
to the farm."
carried nn In
Wahiawa Land For Sale
This land consists of a number nf '
small pieces of from two to six ncres
in extent, and Is close to, tho. Hall
way Station. Thlu Is Just tho place
to own n summer home.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres;
Nuuanu avenue, within five!
. minutes of the center of town?
An ideal p!ece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
OFFICE IS OPEN ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM EIGHT
boys nre instructed In nil tho regular
courses of study,
"The object .of tho school," says
Prof,! Horchem, "Is to instil Into the
boys "a genuine !oo for tho farm. Wo
Iro'-lrylnB- to" h counteract. InUopOces
that, aro drawing tho country boys to
tho big cities. There is no doubt that
tho cities havo u strong attraction for
young America and the way to coun
teract It Is to bring tho boys up to
love 'the country. Our boys nro In
terested In tho work nnd nro busy all
tho time. That, I think, Is tho solu
tion of tho 'boy problem.'"
The school is attracting Interest nil
over the country nnd Dubuquo people
nre satisfied with tho promise of tfie
In Hawaii tho lending purpose of
such ft school should bo to prove to
tho young men tho dignity of manual
labor, and the economic vnluo of" be
coming nn efficient tiller of tho .soil.
There nro 500 fowcr miIooiu,,. In
Greater Now York than there were a
month ago. according to excIsS. re
ports: Tljp 'proprietors of thO.1 600
lanea io comply wmi mo cnnaioons
under which now licenses were gFnnt-
Prices Cut in Half
To make room ior new
goods, we have marked a large
line of fine
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than cos( t us DU' we nce
the room, This paper is sold
in box lots of 120 sheets only.
We do not break the boxes.
A good opportunity to get
some fine writi'ng material at
a ridiculously low price.
H. F. Wichman
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md enjoyn INEXHAUSTIBLE
supply or . '
After being out for an hour lata
yesterday tho Jury In tho Ilrlght
Qulnn enso returned a icrillct giving
the plaintiff damages In tho sum of
$1,000 Instead or tho $5000 asked in
Attorney Peters finished his nrgti
ment and gavo way to Magoon for tho
defenso e.irly In tho afternoon nnd
the case went to tho Jury uftcr n
lengthy argument from tho latter
There worn n number of ballots tak
en In tho Juryroom und two of tho
Jurors held out for it long tlmo for n
verdict of $2500. They were finally
brought around to tho way of tho
other ten Jurors, howovcr, nnd a ver
dict was reached.
Ncfllco of motion for n now1 trial
wns filed by tho defenso after tho
verdict wns given.
Inter-Island and O. It. & I Shipping
books for' siiTo nV th'o D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
olllce, 60c oachv
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWALO
n STREET-i-De'sirable Building
lot. 100 by 225. Price. .. .$3500
i. ' ' .
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with' -60
feet 'frontage. Two or
three left at $7500
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal
ment plan at $3250
if .fW 'A! -fort "and Merchant 8tnti
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