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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
E V ENIJJfG BVL fETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca 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 ot Hawaii.
Wallacu R. Fakkinc.ton,
iVItlNIMO IJUI.I IIIIIN WUUKI.V IIULIIl'MIN
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rci rm tivlnicliiUS H.im Pci Ycv miywhtfv n lnt. I. no
r Wi iml.ai.l, lotriiin IJ.,m. Pel Vtut .lpM loi.un .. .. 3.
Tp3, J LicJltorial Rooms,
I J i3usine Office,
llli) iniiilr nils (inlulni ill
litis II mil in rifnli Hie mini! of nun
.Wlir lil -liicllis nr lil usual i,ilnt
I In ii clip inp bale In ri'.nl plillos.
Ami Mlillc I ;iiiiic cni' hi jimr luir-
BOSTON POLICEFLY CATCHERS.
Huston Is tinlnliig Its pollco force
to swat the in iihc.i domtstlcu in com
mon huitsclly. Notices have been
posted ccinHplcuiiusly In nil initio
stations culling fur n war of extol mi
ll it toil In tlio inline of tlic strong .inn
of till' law
'I liu in (Unary iiollcoinnn'H club In mi
awkward thing wltli lilch to usxiissl
lmlu tiles I'icsiininbly tint Iloston po
Ikciiinti will hereafter c.irrj u shingle
or other biimil surface weapon to bo
employed In tills campaign against
Tlio Chicago lEccotd-lleralil In tnr
inontlng on tills tt triiK.ido umlcr
vt.ilui lv the iollco iki.irtmont of
Huston, apologetically explains that
owing to the fait th.it Chicago lias
not touched tlic HoKtoti standatd of
ilvltlntlnu, the iiolk-cincii of that rlty
mo iiilt(! busll) cngngcd In prevent
ing irlmo mill an eating tuvv bleak
er c. mill that (lie spuro tlnio they
wight otherwlru liae In wlikh tn
rliasa IIIj'H In divided to escorting
people home, a ml to jail
Juut where Airliner anil tlio mll
llonulrca toiiio In Ih not stated.
RHODES SCHOLAR DID IT.
About .1 M'ir ngii tlieie was conslil.
cr.iblo limitation ocr stutoiuints coin
ing from Kngtuud In rcgiitd to tlio
Blinding of tlio Klmiles HtiulcutH at
Oxfotil, It being alleged that the) iln
not like mi Inllin.ilo pirt In the ne
tlvltlcs of Ihi! iniUcrsIt This opin
ion will have to ho icxlscd In Uovv ot
tlio remit of the International tlii.il
Held mill track meet lielil In Lomlon,
which ,n won by Cumbrldgci anil Ox
font "lib llo Hint pliues to four for
Viilo noil llurvuul, im It was tlio pot
fnrnianiu of an Amerlian Ithoilcs
Btuilcnt nl Oxford Hint fi.uo llrst hon
ors In the Imgllsh athletes.
At my followers of athletics In HiIh
country w ill pinhibly blauio tlio
American for entering tlio competition
against bin on n country, mid It una
stated befnro tlio meet that ho was
greatly dlJlncllned to do ho It Is
noted that tho Kngllshmcn wero p.ir
tlcularl) sttong In tlio distance nnm
w lillu the Americans hIioiio In tho
Jumping mul hurilli h (loud sports
manship was maiilfei'teii throiiKliout
anil tlio bent of feeling prevailed nl
thnugli tho thousands of Americans
present were keenly disappointed lit
MORE DANGEROUS DREADNOUGHTS
AcroidlriK to report Great llrltaln'n
)inal pioKiani for next jear will
i.hnw ii imiti rial clinnco In tho Htylo
of battleship construction If tho
plnim proMi BiicccHsful when carried
Into operation tlio clianno will proba
bly mark tho dlsaiipoaraneci pf tho
iDieiiduotiglitH. Tho IlrltUh admiralty
believe that battleships can bo ewih
ed that will hao nil tho udMintnRCR
of the DrendnoiiRhtn without certain
iIlsaihiintiiReB, According to tlio plans
inado tlio now ships will maintain tho
Iminciiso and destructive armament
of tlio Drcadnoiifilita but will be of
much lean tonnage mid much smaller
in size. They will thus possess tlio
"I whs ii fool whep I mai rlcd you " (
"Hut yoit'ro vvlsor how." "You tan
bet I ntn." "Well, l'o Impiovcd you
W lllllo. then, hnvon't 17"
"liver henr .MIsb It)gp Blng? She
cnti do It lienutiniuy in me inn-
gunges." "Yes, but J into nor sisior
better; she cuu i of use firmly lu one."
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
nttlcO II IlK r.jKlnrtii l llnnaulo
a ftcioml clam miller
. JULY 27, 1911
I Baltic dortriiclUc nblllt) but will pre
lent n smaller mark for tho cannon
! of opponents, tan bo oicrated In more
Hliallou water and wilt bo ublo to
lunko ii ery considerable higher late
of Hpecd Tho new bIiIih will iu"iiiko
between 17,000 and 18,000 tons and,
I through tho use of tlio combination
turbine ami reciprocating engines, nro
expeited tn make a spcid of from 24
In 2U knots Tlio eoliitlon of tho
lighting niiMcl monster la one of tlio
most extraordinary development? pf
these Inventive times. The pride 'of
u navy Is In u couple of decades re
garded as only suitable for tho scrap
CANADA'S PUUMTOOD TRADE.
Home Interesting facts in regard to
the Canadian pulp business nro con
tained In tlio tlrst olllclal statements
of the Industry in that country just
published by tho forestry branch of
tho department of tho Interior hh re
ported in special correspondence of
tlio Taper Mill from Ottawa. Can ad a
Imports no pulp wood. There nro CO
mills In tho country -and CO of them
reported, there being no reports from
ten establishments. There la an ag
gregate consumption In Cnnada of
G22.129 cords of wood.
According to the llguron Quebec in
the Inst year used SliVU cords of
pulp wooil of tho value of $I,SGIJ,700
mul produced L'.IS.'.'SB tons of pulp.
Ontario used itX" cords of pulp
wood of tho value of $1,070,7-10 and
produced III.', 1 1)1 tons of pulp In
Now llriinsvvick Ihcio were i8,4r)0
cords used, valued nt Jtll.CSlI, pro
ducing 40,'iut tons ot pulp. Nova
.Scotia produced 23,9116 tons of pulp
from 2."i,07fi corda, nlued nt 101,01.'.
Of tho total pulp wood liianufactui
eil In the Dominion, Quebec mills uso
"il I per ent; Ontario, 32 4; Now
lltiinsvvlek, 112; Nova Scolla, 4 1;
British Columbia manufactured pulp
for the 111 st time In 1)09, using only
2-10 of I per cent ot tho total.
Canad i's foreign trade In wood
pulp mid pulp wood lias consisted en
tirely In exports. In 1909 the aggre
gate was 2S0.744 tons of u Miluo or
?I,SU,S,M:. Tho United .Slates took, of
this amount, $2,482,221 in mechanical
pulp mid $1,109,340 In chemical. The
proportion nf mechanical pulp man
ufactured In this .country Is romp.lr-
ntivel) largo Somo 78 por cent of
lhn exports nro mechanical, whereas
only 73 tier cent of tho pulp manu
faetuiid In tlio Dominion wns me
Karh car the United States takes
an Im routing proportion of pulp ship
ped fiom Canada. During tho fiscal
yeius 1902 to 1908 incluslvo tho Uni
ted States imported 776,289 tons of
pulp wood from tlio Dominion or ov
or 70 per cent of tlio total wood pulp
Imports of that country for that
period. In 1899 tho value of pulp for
export was $H274,3G7. Tep years
later it was $4,306,929, an Increase of
238 por cent.
In 1909 tlitco-nrths of tho pulp
wood cut in Canada was shipped to
tho United States, Tho consideration
received for this 9tr,G.I3 cords was
$.r,,7r,2,C92 or $6 28 per cord. This Is
nn average of 71 cents per cord more
at the point of shipment than was
paid by Canadlnn mills Nearly all
this wood went from Quebec, This
wood furnished 4G.4 por cent of tho
raw material used In the 90 pulp
mills of Now York stato; 10 3 of tho
raw material used In tho 62 mills ot
Now Kngland, Maine, Massachusetts,
New Itampshlro and Vermont and 6 10
"Hut sometimes It's all light to tell
a white lie, Isn't It?" "Yos, but I
notice that when a man gets that Idea
once, it Isn't long till ho becomes
color blind "
"where mo you going?" "I don't
itnovv, iin just going." -it tnniB tuo
cubp, vvny gor "its time ror wo gin
uoxt door to tako her vocal lesson."
of that used lu tlio 16 pulp mills of
Ouc-tuilf the pulp mills of Canada
mo In Quebec, one-fifth In Ontario
mid tho rest In tlio thrco provinces of
New llrunswlck, Nova Bcotla anil
llrlllsti Columbia Measured by their
cord consumption tho laigest mills nro
In Ontario, which mo I8,7.1ri cords
each on an average Quebec wns
12,797 per mill per jour nnd New
llriiiiiiwlck 12,366, while Nnvn Rcolln
accounts for nn nerago of 1,179 and
Hrltlsh Columbia for G"iX Tho aver
age pulp wood consumption for Can
ada wns 12,112 torda per mill year,
Throo-iinarlers nf tho nianufacturn
was mechanical, 23 per rent sulphite
nnd (ho remainder soda
That canal work is humming
Shlp'i will anon bo coming
On their way to Orlentl
For further equipment,
Money will be spent,
Of course we're getting re id)
To handle that big tralltc
Tho hinges won't get cold.
On tho safes inado to hold
That coming Hood of gold,
Do not wnlcli your neighbor
Tn see lie does his labor
Kvcry day, '
Do your part to chase
This eltv Into pace,
That Units her on the base,
We'll soon have a chanco
Our wealth to enhance,
Hut wo must (do you twig)
I.lko the builders of that big
Ditch, get In and dig,
C. I M.
JMItor livening Uulletln: In n
recent Issue of thu Commercial Ad
ertlser there appeared an nrtlcle that
discussed lu u general way the (barges
made tiKilnst tho schools of Hawaii
mul tin tied constructive criticism.
I should like to make n few com
ments concerning educational eiiiidP
tlniis In Hawaii, (a) We have un excel
lent sjetun ot schools organized liml
ndmlnltti red liy ubto and conscientious
Individual", lint they mo organUed
lirgd on nil academic basis nucl after
11 Hindi I that bat conic, tn us from thu
inst, from a time when cultural edu
cation vv is all that was known or dc-
It Is good In Its place for thoso who
demand eiiltuio through tho study of
what lire popularly known as cultuiul
studies I'or n population of tollers,
however, who in id mid wish to know
how to do better tlic thing thty uru
doing for the support of their families
mull fur tlio geiurnl good nf thu enm
iiiiinllj of which they form the back
bone, it Is Inadequate. This Is shown
by tho school records In Hawaii nswell
ns on the mainland. Only about 2 per
cent of all tho children who enter tho
schools nt six finish the'coinmon school
WI15 discuss the what and linvv nf a
system nf hi bonis that Is sn Inaderpiato
to tho conditions that only 2 per cent,
of those lulliiencecl nro fully Pencilled.'
The old method ofwliat has eonio to
bo known ns tho Thrco It's has noth
ing to show- for Its existence but tho
success nf 2 per cent, of Its patrons and
tho failure of 98 per cent. Thu newer
methods nf tho revised course of study
have not had time to fully demonstrate
that what Is proposed will give ade
quate returns. It could not do wnrso
for tho children of tho Territory than
lias been done by tho method of tho
Is It, Mr Kdltor, absolutely necossary
that wn cling to n system ot schools
that Is bused nn cultural Ideals through
the study of hooks rather than tho
study of things? Can It bo tho beat
for ns f It meets tho needs of only
2 pir cent?
Why not leno It to tho 2 per cent
wlio wish It and profit by It, and search
for snmo sstein or method that will
adequately meet tho needs of tlio 98
per cent, of coming citizens who arc
entitled tn fair treatment at tho hands
of thoso who have tho caro of them
during tho period when they nro be
ing shaped for future citizenship?
Tho courso of study as revised seems
to bn better than that which preceded
It. Ono need only visit tho camps nnd
(lores of tho Territory to find out thntl
this is true. Tho man of over 21 can
hardly understand sou when ou speak.
tn him, mid seldom ran ho answer joul
In words that can bo understood. The
Irnnsnctlnn Is carried nn through on'
Interpreter, nnd that Interpreter Is tlio
iou of tho man, tlio child who Is ut-J
For Quick Sale
A Waialae Heights Tract
liach Lot 50 fl. x 150 ft.
As a whole $500
Trent Trust Co-, Ltd-
DURING your ab- '
sence from "the
Islands we arc
prepared to manage your ,
estate and look after '
your interests here. You
will find it greatly to
your advantage to place
the management of your
affairs with a capable
t and responsible concern.
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A CraU of 8lx SeltcUd -Plnei or a
Largo Bunch of Banann
Hlinpty leuvo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, l'urgo Kxpress Company)
fending school today, llu can under
stand and tnlk with ease and Is 11
erf dlt tn the method nf tlio revised
course of study. Hut let us not rest
((intent. Let the ciy bo forward to
methods mid ways that look to the
betterment of the great majority of our
(b) I would suggest that the pros
mid cons of a wcll-cstabllshcd t-st(ni
he left to minor discussion und that tho
demand of '$ per cent, of tho future
citizens nf tho Territory bo consider
ed Why not turn to tho solution nf
thu vital problems that confront us mid
nro nf vital Impnit to, us? Tluro Is 11
demand for skilled workers In every
department of the life of tho Islands,
What we need Is not rctlosrcsslon,
LAND OF TOWJEO
Qince we began selling lots -In this' land we have learned , a
thing or twoi ,
First That the real demand Is for medlum-elze house lota
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner has aubdtvided
the two large lots Into twelve smaller ones, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet Still good-slsed lots!
Second That the lots In this land coma pretty near selling
thomeelves. The reason? Because the lotsare not remnants nor
undesirables left over after the pick, but are the real,oholce lo
cations. This is easily proved by a visit to tha land. Let us
Waterhouse Trust .
FORT AND MEECHANT STBEITJ HONOLULU, T. I.
Exhibition of Old
On at GURREY'S
Tht offie hour of th .
art from 7 a. m. to 5)30 p. m. on waak
daya and on 8undaya from 8 to
10 a, m., and until 11 every
night for thlpt'
Let us offer u choice In our com so of
study. l,ct tho 2 per cent tuko tho
cultural courso and offer tho 08 per
cent, 1111 Industrial courso that will
quip them to do better their Ufa work,
Tho president of Arizona University,
lu reply to n question as to why otit
ic tics du nnt nourish ut that univer
sity, said as follow s: "Tho fuculty
here have gone lu for tho regular
sports that ura In oguo In Kastcrn
colleges, and huo tried to interest tlio
students III that sort of tiling. Hut It
Is no use; tho boys hno absorbed their
minds In a bigger gnmc than football
the gimo fit besting tills desert hero
Willi the tools of science. And they1
are awuv every holiday with tho ell
glncers nnd Irrigators to tho bottoms
nf mines and tho tops nf mountains
training fnr tho match." ,
In then modern das of Vurs nnd in
the jears nf tho future, wo must iivvnku
tn tho i,reat problem nf new conditions.'
Wo must stop theorizing ubout luetlw
nds mid wajt. that meet only 2 per
cent nf our schont population, nnd offer
a sj sic in nf Industrial school that will
glin to tho bn) nnd girl whn needs it
11 training for his or her chosen sphero
nf action Let our udmlnlstratnrs mid
educators offer ns nn Industrial sjs-
teiii that Is adequate: to our needs. It
Is tho call of tho times Aro wo ready?
Honolulu, July SO. 1911.
Yours, ON11 INTKIlKSTEl).
Harney Sullivan, u prominent oil
man, his team mid buggy vvcro blown
In atmnn at Tulsa, Oklahoma, when nl
largo quantity of ilynaniito exploded,
Kqr niljes around windows were brok
en nnd buildings shaken.
The Formf it
Girl Arrives on Lurline and
Weds Schofield Barracks
Man in Evening.
A pretty nrho romance culminated,
In 11 wedding Inst evening nt six
o'clock vnt St. Clement's chnpel, when r
ttr? Walter O. Howell, of Schofield
barracks nnd Miss Adelo Sallng, of
San l'mnclsco, woro nulled In wed-!
lock by Ilev, Canon Wsbnrno.
Miss Sallng arrived only jestcrday
from the Coust on, tlio steamer Lur
line. Hho was met ut tho boat W
Mrs. j. ai. Kennedy, who nt .vnj.
Kennedy. Tim wedding wns a very
quiet affair. '
Tho mtlinnrn tinfnn mnrn Ihnn n
ear ago when Dr. Howell was Bta-l
tinned nt the l'rosldlo. Ho has been
at Schofield Barracks for n year;
Mrs. .1, M. Kennedy, was ma'tronj
of honor, mid MIsb Onlc Kennedy was
tho bridesmaid. Dr. Johnstono of
ilcirt Shnftor was best man.
Following tho wedding, tho bridal
party sat down to a splendidly up
liolntcd banquet a tho Colonial ho
tel, covers being laid for clgtli. The'
will spend tliclr lionej moon of u week
nt tho Colonial. I
DECIDE INCORPORATION. M
Tlio Knlniukl. Wnlaluo and l'ulolo
Improvement Club held a meeting lust
night ut tho reside nco nf Jlr. Ilnyenl
mul discussed plans lor incorporiiiniK
the club. The decision to Incorpornto
hns already been reHched and plans
will bo perfected by tho attnrnejs.
Tho thrie clubs will bo capitalized
at !000. with tho prlvllego of Increas
ing to 110,000 Tho Incorporators' will
be selected from tho otllccrs of tlio
clubs. Tlie business Is expected to ba
si tiled before October 1.
Thci now Incorporated clubs will bo
for tlio usual purposes of Improvement
chilis, and other matters will also ba
attended to. t
fifteen new members wero elected
A new style in
"Crossett Shoes for
We are showing soma
nice ones in PATENT
COLT BUTTON BOOTS)
.Iso a DUN-METAL CALF
which la an extremely pop
ular shoe among tha
Thcso are built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The best for the least
Shoe .Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Antone F. Souxa
1214 Fort St.
Every Dairy con
tributing to this
had its herd in
spected by the
the herds abso
The best and
purest milk is
ICE CREAM MAN
rood Commissioner Kdward 15.
Hlanchnrd yesterday took up his un
finished tusk of making tho Ice cream
manufacturers conio up to standard
with their Roods when ho took Mel
ons samplcs'throuKhout tho city.
Tho outbreak of cliolora forced tho
matter tn ba laid on one sido for
home time, but now ho .Intends to
curry tho matter tliroiiRh to tho end
nnd seo that no ono Is allowed to
mako or sell Ice cream unless it com
plies with tho retaliations.
Tho standard set Is fourteen per
cent butter faL This Is recognized to
bo an ordinary Ico cream, but with
tho exception of ono s or two In
stant es tho figures brought to light
through tlio samples taken before, no
one was near (ho mark. The results
of tlio various tests showed that in
some Instances only threo per cent
of fat wns there. A general average
was about four to live per cent.
These conditions do not exist only
among tho Chinese nnd Japanese
makers. -AIoro pretentious establish
ments also fall below standard.
Weakly Unllvitlia fltPfir Tear.
fine Copper Plate
iJie Sinking and
Wax and Corporation
H. F. WICHM AN & CO.
Leading Jewelers '
ii .ffUULinlriiL. I, fa' 4' "r ' '? !' Ifrw n f'- 1
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