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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, APR. 12, 1911.
DalY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
; . MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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APRIL 12, 1911
" Ho who lieedeth not the last shoe nail will lose his dorse.
THE YICTORYJOR SCHOOLS.
When Governor Frear signs the School bill, as the Bul
letin has no doubt he will do, the public schools of Ha
waii will have scored the first real victory foA competent
and efficient education that has been recorded to the credit
of any Legislature and any Administration since the Terri
tory was organized.
vThe bill that goes to the Governor, Unless it contains
some technical complication that has not been discovered,
satisfies the demand for teachers of the children who have
been kept out of school by lack of funds and also for the
development of more practical courses of study.
Governor Frear in his message to the Legislature placed
the school legislation as of paramount importance. Mem
bers of the Legislature responding to this and also to the
partizan pledge under which they were elected, have passed
a measure which, in all its vital principles carries out the
recommendations of the School Fund Commission appoint
ed by the Governor and placed before the Legislature in the
form of a bill approved by the Administration and having a
practically unanimous community backing.
The School bill is the clearest-cut piece, of progressive
legislation that has been placed to the credit of the Legisla
ture at this session. And as it gives the Department of Pub
lic Instruction the opportunity so long sought ,it also carries
to the Department a very serious responsibility.
The Department of Public Instruction must make good.
It must use good discretion under this law or two years
hence the people will be calling for a reformation, just as the
fdll.es of administering the combined Public Works and
-Public Land offices have upset a system that had much to
recommend it, but could not overcome the incubus of an of
ficial who possessed no judgment in handling the broad
power given him.
As the situation will stand after the Governor signs the
School bill, it is "up to the Department of Public Instruc
tion." The task which that department faces is by no
means small. The results must be delivered in deeds, not
foolish promises and empty words.
EFFICIENT OFFICERS NEEDED.
One of the matt convenient and
modern bungalow, at K.limikl li of
fered for tale. If you ore seeking
tomething extraordlnarilx fine and ar
tlttic, let ut thow you till.
The price is low.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Itralty Auction Co, Ltd.)
wo nro prepared to mntURo your
ostato uml look after your lutur
eitH litre. You will llml It great
ly to your advantage to plncu
the lnaiinfc'finent of your attaint
with a en liable and responsible
Come nnd we ui its to tirmi,
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS WITH
THE OFFICE OF THE
18 OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 30 p. M.
ON WEEK OAYS AND ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM 8 TO 10
but one Hide nnd nothing under God's
heavens can niiiko It no.
TIiIh paper Iiub no lneniift of know
Ing what will ho dono by tltu Terri
torial Sclinto on tho tux hill, but It
sees no reason for giving up In n
light that l for a right prlnolpln in
A fow days ngo this papor In spenk
Inp of tho friction between the henltli
ofllcerfi of tho City and County of Ho
nolulu nnd of the Territory, made tho
statement that elllclenc lu olllco
rather than a change In the laws Is
Today an Incident arises Indicating
that the health of ttlc city litis been
Jeopardized by a pol shop of wblcli
tho head of tho city nnd county health
department knew noTliIng, at n tlmo
when It was his particular business
to' know overythlng about pol shops.
If this bo truo, thero Is not so much
need for n change In the laws as in
tho olllcers acting under tho present
City nnd County law.
Hfllclcnt olllcers tiro what tho pub
lic wants, and clllclent officers nro
what tho Supervisors of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu should employ,
If they wish to retain public con
fldenco nnd preserve u fair measure
of local Belt government In tho TerrN
tory of Huwull.
The problem Is up to tho Super
visor rather than the Legislature. If
the Supervisors do not possess suf
illdont Judgment to act, the Legisla
ture will have to.
Alaska cimnery people enn bank on
It that they will get a lively light ev
ery tlmo they send labor pirating ex
peditious to these Inlands.
Kn tho now emigration laws are
drastic are they? Shutting tho door
after the horse Is stolen Is also all-
II red dratUlc for tho man who Is
If you with to tend your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or bunch of BANANAS,
jutt leav an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 8. King Street
(With Wells, Forgo Express Co.)
This tax light might Just ns well be
carried to a prompt llnlsh. It Is tying
up the nppioprlatlon bills and a prop
er settlement of the problem Is
worth ull tho time that bus been ex
pended on IL
Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n was tho only pa
per In Honolulu to receive nnd vub
llsh the full report on Hawaii by Com
missioner (leuornl Keete. Another
Incident to provo that you must have
the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n if you want tho nous.
The real objection af tho people of
Hawaii Is that tho l'ubllc Works De
partment has been run too much for
THE TAX BILL FIGHT.
With nil respect that Is properly
dun tho gentlemen who swung tho
whips, the clubs, tho ment axes, tho
weights of business, or whatever else
you may call It, In bringing ubout a
ro'versttl of the voto of the House of
llepiosontutives on tho Tax bill, tho
Hullo tin does not believe that
futtiio generations will rise up und
call them blessed.
This papor bellovcs that, should the
proposed tax limit plan finally enrry
thinugh tho legislature, the men who
have been ready to force It through
by fair means or foul will bo among
thn first to criticise their own work
nnd complain .bitterly of tho results.
In the long run this tux limit plan
will jesult In morn waste of money,
moro reckless expenditures, nnd less
Improvement In the efficiency of gov
ernment than the so-culled "wide
open" scheme presented to the Leg
islature by thn Admlulstiutlou und
passed by tho Senate.
If thero is a limit to the tux rati)
nntiied In tho law, It might well bo
ono nnd one-eighth por rent.
Of ono thing wu may bo certain, if
ii limit la named, the tax rate will go
to that figure, and If tho necessities
of government do not require nil Ihn
money derived from assessment at
this rate, ways will be found to make
use of It. That Is tho lesson of prac
The man who pay taxes, .pays
grudgingly anyway, and nfter 1,0 has
thrown his quota Into the genoral pot
he qwears vigorously at all govern
ment nnd gives not a niomont'd ut
tentlou to bow the monoy is uppvo-,
prluted or expended. The officer who
appropriates nnd expends feels on his
part that ho Is entitled to expend all
that comes In under tho tax rnlo
limit named In tho law. The net re
sult Is bad for the taxpayer and bad
for tho tax spender. They both he
como carcloss nnd Indifferent. Tho
The mon who uro standing by tllo
Administration tax bill 'nro neither
fools, tax eaters, nor robbers of the
public purse. In tho ordinary walks
of life they are entitled to the same
degree of spoct, and their Judgmeut
Is ns worthy of consideration us that
of uny man who has swung a Hub lo
I force votes Into lino for tho tax limit.
Tho proposition is not one that has
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dltloim during the coining summer nnd
full, should he the hnnner crop.
Crop of 1913.
The stenin plows started nn Novem
ber 3, but owing lo the unusually rainy
wenther have been shut down more
tlinn half the time duiliiR December
nnd January. Nevertheless. 1050 ucrc
have been first-plowed.
Mills The past year snw the bar-
vetting or tlio largest crop in me nn
tory of this plantation. The mills were
driven n little harder thnn In 1809, the
average tons of enno ground per hour
being 97.8li, ni against 9S.12 tons the
provlnns year. Tho total innnufnetur
Igg Iosh for the crop was 14.27 per
cent , ns against 13.91. per tent for tho
previous crop. The difference In the
percentage of loss of the two crops is
due to tbp fact that the enne wns murh
richer In sucrose In 1910 than for the
In the fall of 1909 negotiations were
entered Into with the Western Distil
leries Co. for the sale of waste mo
lasses, Tho contract for this wns II
nnlly signed on the 14th of 1-Vhrunry,
The erection of n storage tank nt
Kiihulul for the molnsset was com
pleted the second week of March, and
the delivery of molasses In tank cars
was commenced nt once.
In the meantime, between the com
mencement of the 1910 crop and the
completion of the storngc tank, wn had
wasted 4714 tons of molasses. Since
the completion of the tank, up to the
1st of February, 1911. we navo snippm
In Kiilinlul 9008 tons, of which C798
tons liuvo been shipped by the Lurllno
to tho Const, leaving n balance on iinnu
of 2210 tons.
Tho molasses Is sold on tho basis of
$9 per ton for n combined sugar con
tent of 50 per cent., with nn advance
of 20c per ton for every degree ovir
r,0 per cent., nnd a corresponding de
crease for every degree under CO per
Wo should realise n profit of nt least
fCO.OOO per nnnum on our wnsto mo
The average bend of water delivered
by all the stations for the past year
wns 234 feet, and tho nverage cost per
million gallons wns $10.25.
tiih following: Is the ditch report:
1910 Average per day! Lowrle. 49.30
million enllons: Haiku. 31.44 million
enllons: Wnlhce; 22 f.7 million gallons.
letulerH In Industry, when n torlous Total, 103.41 million gallons.
Bhortugo of labor resulted from lab- I Wo hnvo mndo n careful examina
tion or Wie pipes on mu ,inn. ...-.
which are thirty-two years oiu, unu.
while there Is no cnuso for uneasiness,
a good ninny leaky sections wero
found, which will require renewing
during tho next two or tnreo rainy
DeiiKonn. This work can be carrieu on
without nffectlng our wnter supply to
any great extent.
As syphons nro expensive, both ns
to cost and maintenance, wo nre now
having a survey mndo with tho object
lu view of tunneling around as many
of these guches ns iiosslue.
The old Klhel whnrf, which was go
Ini? to nleres runldlv. has been repair
ed at a cost of 11365 GO. by thn Kahulul
llnllro.nl Cniuimny. This wharf Is now
used liy the Union Oil Company nnd by
tho Inter-lslund Hlenm isavigatiuii
Company to land goods for the Klhel
Wo nro only 1C9 men sljort ns com
pared with lust year nt tho same date,
which Is better than was anticipated,
Our Filipinos, while not ns steady ns
we hope they will be, have proved to
lie fnlrly good cane cutters. Wo hnvo
thirty Filipinos working ns profit-sharers
vyho nre doing oxccllent work,
which Is certnlnly encouraging. The
Inborers. ns a whole, seem wen con
tented nnd nre working well.
It gives me particular plensuro tins
year to state that the satisfactory con
dition of the plantation Is the natural
result of the hard work and liearty co
operation of the employes In the differ
1910 Profit and Lota Account.
Dividends, $1,000,000; surplus, IM1,
007.38. Totnl. 2.2C1,007.38.
Net profits on sugar, 12,220,742.25;
sundry net profits, 134,205.13. Total,
the preservation of official prerog
atives and with too little considera
tion for efficiency In dealing with
Men complaining about radical and
dinstle laws against soliciting emi
gration would be tho llrnt to bo hit
and tho first to bitterly condemn the
officers, of tho got eminent and the
if tho charge made by the Territor
ial health authorities against the city
health authorities Is truo In nil de
tails tho city health department
should have a new "lock, stock
and barrel" prepared under tho direc
tion of the City nnd County Supervis
ors, if tho charges nre not true.
thero Is little sense shown In stirring
up ti rumpus to get u law changed.
Ltccnic Inspector Fennell Is strongly
of tho opinion that the several bottles
of liquor sold by "Phoney" Davis to
his special, uho visited the Duls plnea
on ltlchurds Btreet somo evenings ngo.
Were dl uggi-d.
So strongly Is the special officer In
clined to this theory that a portion of
the wlihlty secured from Davis has
been forwarded to Food Commissioner
Upon the examination by tho Terri
torial official will depend the charge
that will probably bo filed ngnlnst
William Murphy, who has been as
sociated with Fennell, has been work
ing on the ease. An analysis of the
booze Is expected to bo forthcoming
within a day or two.
Real Estate for Sale
Let us show you a bargain on Mat
lock avenue. New six-room home, con
taining front and hack lanah, living
room, drawing room, kitchen. tc. Hot
and cold wnttr. llullt-ln sideboard,
bookcuses and window seat. This Is
an absolutely nuw house nnd u bar
Cash or installmsnls
TORT AND MERCHANT STREET HONOLULU1, t. H.
We have a new line of Imported
Excellent tlmekeepera and ae
lected tfieclally for the pleating
tonea of the striking.
The prices are moderate.
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We are now showing a big
purchase of NEW WHITE
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See our Window Display
Also, all qualities in the
famous SHERETTE," a sub
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than half linen's cost.
Exclusive Creations in Im
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that will please every purse.
THE STORE OF VALUES
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