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Rules and Regulations
, Department of
Ct) The department shall Appoint
! siion teachers, principals nlitl super-.
vlsois ii8 may bo deemed necessary
'anil consistent with the laws, rules
'mill regulation:! relating- to public
hchools, such npi-jlnlmonts, If not
.mado for a definite period, to continue-
during the pleasure of the depart
ment; or, If tiuiilo for a tlcflnlto pe
riod, to continue during said period,
subject, however, to termination at
uny llmo for cause or upon six
months' written notice,
t (2) The department shall provldo
.for tho examination of applicants for
positions In tho public schools and
iwrsons already teaching, and grant,
Issue and glvo cc'itlflcatcs and dip
lomas not othciwlso provided for by
(3) Tho department snail:
,' (a) Prescribe, adopt and ,t en-
I forco tho iiao of a uniform scries
, of text books In tho publla
(b) Kix dates for the opening
i and closing of tho public schools:
(c) Do any and aft things ne
ccssary to tno welfare or tho
public school system of tho Tor
rltory not Inconsistent with tho
laws of tho Territory.
' (4) Tho order of business of meet
ings of tho department shall bo as
follows, unless ollicrwlso voted
(a) Roll call.
, (U) Heading minutes of last
(c) Reports of superintendent.
(d) Reports of committees.
(e) Unfinished business.
(f) Now business.
2. TUB SUPERINTENDENT.
, Tho duties of tho superintendent
(1) To preside at all meetings
(2) To cast tho deciding vote, In
case of a tie, upon all matters re
quiring a voto of tho commissioners.
(3) To do nil ihlngsvbctwocn meet
ings of tho commissioners necessary
' to tho proper conduct of tho depart
ment, subject, howovcr, Jo tho ap
proval of tho department'. '
3 SUPERVISING PRINCIPALS.
It Bhall be tho duty of each super
(,1) To havo general chargo of all
tho schools In his district.
(2) To see that ench teacher car
ries out tho requirements of tho
courso of study and the rules and
regulations of tho department.
(3) To Instruct teachers, when ne
cessary, In tho methods of tcachlnc.
organisation nml discipline; also to
, direct tho teachers In tho work of
making term outlines, lesson plans,
oic, ami approvo them beroro for
warding tho samo to the department.
(4) To fcoo that tho registers and
records aro properly kept
(5) lo cxnnilno plan books and
make comments on the samo In writ
Ing, giving date of visit and tlmo
spent In room.
(6) To keep a full record of his
work, showing tho tlmo spent in each
school, tho necessary tlmo Bpcnt In
traveling and In preparing work for
, tho schools, making reports, etc., and
to send a copy of this record to tho
department when called for,
' (7) To submit to tho Inspector of
schools all Information in regard to
tho schools In his district; term out
lines, loBsons plans, written work of
' tho pupils, records of his supervision
. and instruction In teaching, dlscip
v lino nnd organization, Rnd all other
Information that may bo noccssary
for a i full and complete Inspection of
the schools, and generally to do and
perform any other duties' required by
tho department, superintendent or In
spector. , 4. PRINCIPAL.
It shall bo tho duty of tho princi
pal, or, In caso thcro should bo no
principal, tho vico-prlnclpal:
(1) To classify the pupils of his
v Bchool and to assign his assistants to
tho dlfforcnt rooms or grades In ac
cordance .with tho direction of tho
(2) To outlliio tho work of tho torni
t for his assistants In accordance with
tho courso of Etudy. i
nTo mako rules and regulations
Is assistants and pupils neces
sary to tho proper conduct of tho
school, to bo In conformity with law
and the rules and regulations of tho
. (4) To admit and release pupils
. according to the Bchool law and" re-'
gulatlons of the' department'. l
(5) To assume ami oxerclso general
and rreo.ueni supervision ovor mo
teaching and disclpllno of tho ontlro
(G) To bo rotponslhlo for 'tho pro
per caro of nil school property In hit
charge, nnd to mako such rulos and
regulations, In accordance with tho
school law and the regulations of tho
' department, ns are necessary for his
teachers to assist him In tho same,
(7) To seo that nil registers and
tecords of tho school aro properly
kept, and that all reports nn requir
ed by tho department aro correctly
mado nnd promptly transmitted to
the proper authorities.
(8) To mako reasonable rules for
tho conduct of pupils In tho school
grounds nnd en their way to and
(9) No pilnclpnl Bhall admit Into
any public school or prlvato .bchool
any child afflicted with uny lnfe
tlous or contagions disease, or retain
in I ho nbovo named schools any child
lnun, to ho nlfllctcd with any Infec
tious or contiiflous disease.
(10) At tho end of tho summer
term iu mako and transmit "to tho
department nn Inventory of all prop
crty In, his clinrgo belonging to the
(II.) To hold himself responsible
to tho department, through tho sup
crvislng principal, for tho proper con
duct of his school In nil respects.
(13) To be present at school every
day at least twenty minutes befori
tho opening of school.
(13) To perform all other duties re
quired by the department, the super
intendent, tho Inspector or tho super
G. ASSISTANT TEACHERS.
It shall bo the duty of tho assistant
(1) To prepare with tho assistance
of tho principal or vice-principal, and
to place on file at the beginning of
tho term, a dally program, nn out
line of the term's work, and to keep
on fllo the daily work of tho pupils.
(2) To teach tho subjects of tho
courso; of Btiidy as outlined by tho
(3) To keep n correct record as In
dicated by the school register, and to
make reports of tho samo as dlrectod
by tho department,
(4) To caro for tho BChool property
nnd to assist In the supervision of
the pupils during Intermission, as In
dicated by Iho department through
tho principal of tho school.
(5) To bo present at school ovory
day at least fifteen minutes before
tho opening of school.
(C) To hold school from 9 a. m. to
2 p. m. all school days, oxcept on tho
last day of tho fall and summer terms,
on, which days the schools may be
closed at noon..
(7) At Iho end of tho summer term
to make and transmit to tho prfocl
pat an inventory of all property in
nis chargo belonging to tho depart
t) lo porform all other duties
required by tho department or any
6. INDUSTRIAL AND REFORMA
(1) Tho Department of Public In
ftructlon shall appoint a matron for
tno Industrial and Reformatory
School for Girls and a superintendent
for the' Industrial and Reformatory
ecnooi ror Jloys.
(2) Tho matron and tho superin
tendent of tho two above named r
lorm schools shall keep a Journal, In
which shall bo regularly entered tho
leceptlon, discharge, rclcnso, cscapo
or death of each Inmate, together
with oil tho lartlculars relating to
Mich as Bhall bo apprenticed, adopt
ed or put out to work. (Seo Sec. 233,
(3) The matron and tho superin
tendent of tho nbovo named schools
shall report weekly to tho Depart
ment of Public Instruction, thoform
of such report to bo dotcrmlnod by,
tho Dopartmcnt of Public Instruction.
7. PROMOTION OF TEACHERS.
SCUEDULH OP TEACHERS' SAL
(To take, effect September 1, 1911.)'
(1) tno Bcncdtiics horein contained
ihall not bo considered In tho na
ture of contrncts between tho teach
ers and tho dopartmont. They may
bo altered or Mispondod at any tlmo
If tho .department deems It necessary
(2) Hchools bhall bo classified and
salaries fixed each year before tho
beginning of tho regular school year,
They shall be classified as Elemen
tary, High, Normal and Special
Schools. Theso special schools shall
include Luhatnaluna, boys' and girls'
Industrial schools and nny other In
dustrial or agricultural schools that
may bo established from tlmo to
(3) Assistant teachers obtaining
normal diplomas will begin nt $60.00
per month, and recelvo their maxl
mum salary after so von years of ac
Teachers having completed the two
years collegiate courso In tho normal
school shall begin at JfiS.OO ct
month, receiving tho' maximum sal
ary after flvo years of actual service,
(4) Teachers shall be designated as
Supervising Principals, Principals.
Vlcc-Prlnclpals, Assistants and Spe
(5) Tho .salaries of assistant tea
chers In tho elementary schools will
lie regulated according to tho follow
ing schedule, based on' cortlfatcs
held aiul length of ofilclont service
8AUARY SCHEDULE FOR ASSIST
Qualifications. Year. Year ' Month
Permit to Teach ,...$ 480.00 140.00
Continued Permit to
teach ...,, C40.00 45.00
First Year 600.00 50.00
Second yoar .... 660.00 C5.00
Third your 720.00 60.00
Fourth year .... 720.00 60.00
Fifth your 780.00 63.00
Sixth year 780.00 65.00
Seventh year ... 840.00 70.00
Eighth year .... 900.00 7K.00
Ninth year 960.00 80.00
Tenth year 10U0.U0 83.33
i No 'increases In teachers' snlnrles
nro to bo mado except nt the begin-
ning of each school year.
Competent teachers In undcslrnblo
locutions may bo paid above sched
ule. (6) Teachers duly certificated tak
ing tho placo of .teachers In tho ele
mentary schools (thall bo paid nl tho
rate of $2.00 por day) of teachers In
high nnd normal schools, at tho rato
of $3.fi0 'per day. Substltuto toachcrs
without certificates shall bo paid nt
such rate, not in excess of tho above,
ns shall bo determined by the super
vising principal'. ' '
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(8) Tho high schools nnd the nor
mal school aro recognized ns ad
vanced schools of equal class.
Normal training and high school
teachers not in charge of departments
shall be paid according to tho follow
First year, $900.00.
Second year, $960.00.
Third year, $1,020.00.
urth year, $1,080.00.
Fifth year, $1,200.00 (muximuiu
Regular teachers in high schools
and tho normal school aro paid
$1,000..00 for the first year; second
nnd third years, $1,200.00; fourth to
tenth years, Inclusive, $1,500.00; after
ten years, $1,800.00. Theso teachers
nro considered as directors of depart
ments. Tho principals of tho high schools
and tho normal school shall recelvo
$2,400.00 per year; after ten years,
(9) Tho sularlos of supervising
principals, vice-principals, special
teachers and teachers In the special
schools shall bo determined from time
to tlmo by tho Department of Public
Instruction, nccording to tho duties
required of such teachers.
(10) In adopting tho foregoing
salary schedules there shall bo no
reduction mudo in tho salary of nny
person concorncd who is at the tlmo
employed nccording to tho previous
(It) Except ns otherwise provided,
tho salaries of all teachers in gov
ernment service aro paid In twclvo
monthly Instalments, although tho
work of tho .school room Is accom
plished in ten months.
(S) VACATION SALARIES.
For tho purposes of tills rule, tho
Bchopjoycar shall bo considered us
consisting d'f ten months of teaching
andi tyo months of vacation, viz.,
July and August, all salaries for each
school f year terminating August 31.
(u) All teachers who are in tho
sorvlco of tho department at tho close
of tho spring term shall bo entitled
to as many tenths of their respect
ive salaries for July and August as
thoy Imv'o taught months,
(b) Teachers whose connection with
the department has been severed be
fore the close of tho spring term shalT
not bo entitled to any salary for July
nnd August, unless they have taught
two terms, or at least six months of
the current 'year; provided, that those
teachers who have been continuously
In the scrvlco of tho department for
three or more years, and shall havo
continued to teach part of tho cur
rent year, shall bo entitled to their
pro rata of tho vacation salary.
(c) Teachers who have taught two
terms, or at least six months of tho
current year, and whose connection
with tho dopartmcnt is sovered be
fore the close of tho spring term,
shall bo entitled to as many tenths
of their respective salaries for July
and August as they have taught
months of the current yenr.
(c) No teacher's namo shall appear
on tho pay roll at tho opening of tho
school year 'unless, said teacher shall
actually begin service nt that tlmo
nor shall uny tenchor recelvo any
compensation In that school year until
he or sho has actually begun service,
unless the failure tp begin scrvlco Is
explilinod to tho satisfaction of tho
9. DISMISSAL AND TRANSFER OF
(I) A teachors may bo dismissed
from tho service for cause, utter a
hearing of tho caso before tho de
partment or authorized agent of tho
department. Tho fallowing may bo
considered as sufllclcnt causo for dis
missal: (a) Immoral conduct.
(il) Conviction of a penal offenio.
(e) Incurable disease.
A teacher muy also be dismissed
from the department whenover, nftcr
n hearing, it Bhall appear to tho
purtment that such dismissal will bo
for tho benefit of tho department.
Dismissal for any of causes (a),
(c), (d) will Include- cancellation of
(2) A teacher may bo transferred
from ono school to another at the dis
cretion of the Department of Public
(3) Salaries' may bo withheld until
reports, health certificates', term out
llno nnd Inventories uro received by
(4) A teacher may bo reduced In
salary for rnlluro to carry out tho
provisions of tho courso of study or
for violation of tho rules and regu
lations of 'tho department.
10. LEAVE OF AI1SENCE.
At tho discretion of tho department,
n toucher may, for good and sufficient
reason, such ns illness, death in tho
fmnlly, etc., bo granted n leave of ab
sence for not more than sixty days,
on full pay for tho first seven days
and at half pay for tho remainder of
tho rlcrlod of absence.
11. EXAMINATIONS AND TEAC1I
Examinations for teachers' certifi
cates shall be held annually nftcr the
closo of the spring term of the schools
by tho Territorial Hoard of Exam
iners at tho tlmo nnd place designated
by the Department of Public Instruc
Certificates of two grades shall
A. Primary Grado Certificate.
II. (Irummiir Grade Cortlllcato.
(A) Primary Grado Certificate.
Tho requirements for a Primary
Grado Certificate Bhall be as follows
(1) 'A written examination in tho
following subjects: English (litera
ture, history, orthography, comisist-
tlon nnd grammar), Naturo Study,
Geography (Hawaiian and gcnoral),
Hygiene nnd physiology,', Manual
Work, Physical Training, Arithmetic,
Music, Drawing (llliistrntlvo work; as
Indicntcd In tho Courso of Study for
Standing required, 80 per cent In
ench subject. ' '
Candidates must bo nt least eight
een years of age and of good moral
The candidate who passes this ex
amination will bo entitled to a per
mit to tench for one yenr In tho school
to which ho ia assigned.
(2) After ono year's experlcnco In
teaching, candidates must pass u writ
ten examination 1n the methods of
teaching the subjects of tho grades
taught during ic previous year.
Standing required I SO per cent In each
subject, nnd nn dverago, standing of
80 per cent In tho reports of the su
pervising principal of hclr school
work (luring tho previous year.
A candiduto successfully passing
this examination will be entitled to
a permit to tench In tho' school' for
which tho permit Is grunted for ono
(3) After two years' experlcnco In
teaching, candidates must pnss a writ
ten examination in methods of teach
ing all the Riibjects of the Courso of
Study for Elementary Schools.
Stnndlng required, 80 per cent in
each subject and nn nvcrugo stand
ing of 80 per cent In tho reports of
tho supervising principal of the can
dldatc'n school work during-the pre
In granting n Primary Grado Cer
tificate, tho standing of tho candidate
shall bo determined by tho Hoard of
Examiners by considering tho follow
ing requirements as of equal valuo:
(a) Academic preparation.
(b) Professional knowledge
(c) Skill In teaching and school
Tho last requirement shall ho de
termined from tho reports of tho su
pervising principal, tho report of tho
Inspector of the schools and tho writ
ten work of tho pupils submitted
from tlmo to tlmo during tho past
yeir and on file In tho ofllco of "the
No certificated" teacher now em
ployed by the dopartmcnt shall bo
required to tuko 'any examination
specified in theso rules until tho ex
piration of the period for which his
certificate wnu granted.
Candidates who havo had thrro or
mora yours of successful experlcnco
In teaching in this Territory Bhall be
allowed to toko tho professional and
academic examinations at the same
To candidates successfully passing
theso examinations, Primary Grade
Certificates will ho granted, which
will cntltlo the holdors to teach in
nny primary school in the Territory.
Such Primary Grado Certificates
shall bo granted to all teachers now
employed by tho department who hold
first class Primary Grade Certificates
without the requirement of any ex
amination, provided that tho holders
of such certificates shall havo had
three years of successful experience.
(II) Grammar Grado Certificates.
Candidates for Grammar Grndo
Certificates must bo folders of Pri
mary Grndo Certificates granted in
this Territory, or their equivalents.
Standing required, 80 ,per cent In
English based on colego entrance
History based on college entrance
requirements, ' 7 ': "
GdogrnVhy commercial, lttwallan
and general. ".
Algobra. to quadratics. ,
Plnno aeonietry first' fourbookB.
Elementary Sclenco physics, physi
ology, biology nnd botany, us per syl
labus published by tho Dcpnitment
of Public lnstiiictlnn.
Music Tonic Sol-Fa nnd staff notation.
Drawing iiblllty to Illustrate hls-
do-torlcal stories of Courso of Study and
model land forms
Professional Knowledge methods
of teaching subjects of elementary
school course; child study and school
Candidates may take part of tho
subjects ono year and part at suc
ceeding examinations;' provided, how
ever, that nil tho' examinations must
bo liikcn within a period of. four years.
In granting u Grammar Grado Cer
tificate, the standing of tho candi
date shall bo determined by the Hoard
of Hxainlners by considering tho fol
lowing requirements as of equal
(n) Academic preparation.
(b) Professional knowledge.
i(c) Skill In leaching nnd school
-The Inst requirement shall be de
termined from tho reports of tho su
pervising principal, the report of the
inspector of schools and tho written
work. of the pupils submitted from
time to time during the past year and
on file In tho ofllco of the Department
of Public Instruction.
Theso certificates will cntltlo tho
holder to teach In nny grammar
school of tho Territory.
Supervising principals shall bo ap
pointed by the department nt Its dis
cretion, but each appointee must bo
tho holder of a Grammar Grade Cer
tificate or its equivalent.
12. HOARD OF EXAMINERS.
Thcro shall bo n Board of Exam
iners, composed of the Inspector of
schools' -as chairman, nnd four super
vising prtuclpnls, appointed by the
department for periods of two years.
All matters pertaining to examina
tion nnd certification of teachers shall
be referred by tho department to tho
Hoard of Examiners for Its recom
13. RULES GOVERNING EXAM
Tho following rules shall bo read
and explained to nil candidates at tho
beginning of each examination:
(i) Each candidate shall ho fur
nished with a numbered card, on
which ho sbnll write his name. Ilo
shall write the number of this card
on the headline of ench paper given
him for the examination. No candi
date shall write his namo on his
paper or otherwise call tfio attention
of those who ore to cxnnilno nnd
credit his work to nny means of Iden
tifying his or any other paper. All
cards shall bo sealed Immediately and
not be opened until nil papers havo
been examined and all work haB been
(2) Candidates Bhall communlcuto
with no ono except tho person in
charge- of tho room. All communica
tion relative to tho examination shall
bo in n tone of video sufficiently loud
to bo heard by all candidates In the
(3) Examiners shall not (titer Into
conversation with others than candi
dates or lenvo tho room of which
they havo chargo while the exam
inations nro going on.
(4) Candidates shall not leave tho
room after receiving a paper and be
fore having finished their work on
tho samo without permission of tho
examiner In charge.
(5) Ucal examiners shall roport
to the superintendent any necessary
deviations from these rules.
14. RECOGNITION OF CREDEN
TIALS. University degrees, normal diplo
mas, Stato grammar grado certificates
nnd Stato lifo diplomas may bo ac
cepted us tho equivalent of our Oram,
mar Grado Certificates.
Half time taught clscwhero than In
the Territory may bo allowed In de
termining tho Initial salary of assist
ant teachers In elementary schools.
15. RELiaiOUS INSTRUCTION.
No religious instruction shall bo,
given In any. public school.. This Is
not to bo construed so as to Intorfcro
with tho practice of opening school
with devotional exercises, or to re
strict In nny way the Sunday services
as conducted in tho public boarding
schools, Industrial bcIiooIb or' reform
No profane or Indecent Innguago
should bo allowed on tho school
premises or on tho way to or from
Special Instruction shall bo given
on tho evil effects of tho nbtiso of
alcoholic drinks and narcotics.
16. SCHOOL HOLIDAYS.
(1) Holidays when thcro Is to bo no
Thanksgiving Day nnd the day fol
I Knmchameha Day.
Such other days us may bu legally
, (2) On tho following holidays the
schools aro to ho In session, with
soma tlmo given to appropriate exor
clsos: Arbor Day.
i Peaco Day.
Read nnd adopted in full this 5th
dny of Juno, 1911.
(Signed) WILLIS T. POPE,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
( (Signed) DAISY SMITH,
(Signed) MAY T. WILCOX,
W. L. STANLEY,
WORTH O. AIKEN,
ELLA II. PARIS.
JOHN T. MOIR,
WM, HYDE RICE.
OoiumlxsliiiH'i'H of Education.
(Signed) W. V. FREAK,
Governor, Territory of Hawaii.
FROM A WOMAN'S, r
In The Honolulu
lu going about In the shops of Ho
nolulu, one cannot but be especially
Impressed with tho good tusto dis
played b tho salesgirls In choosing
their dross for work. This Is so scl
domrtho caso In cities on the mainland
that the condition here Is strikingly
noticeable. I tliltik I havo seen but
one girl who made any prctciiBc of
finery nnd gowgnws. Illgh-heeled
shoes and Inainmoth pompadours I
havo not seen, and very sensibly loo,
tho ban has seemingly been placed
upon conspicuous Jewelry and bright
colored ribbons underneath tiln
wnlst materials. Nntlco Hit) next
tlmo that" you go shopping nnd you
will seo that the girls wear neat, tail
ored shirt-waists, with comfortable
turn-down collars, tho chief orna
ment being a bit of laca or embroid
ery In the form of a chic Jabot. 1
havo seen also a number of plain,
pretty llttlo one-piece frocks which
nre most suitable for work.
Moreover, 1 havo never found In any
city saleswomen who were more
courteous, plensant and ngreeiiblo to
deal with than those In Honolulu. Of
course I havo found exceptions even
here. Only yesterday I was forced to
quibble for scvorul minutes with nn
unobliging clerk In u store on Hotel
stroet, concerning n bit of hand em
broidery. Sho objected seriously to
lifting down tho boxes so that I
might sec the different patterns (the
article was to bo u birthday gut ami
I was particular) and filially after
heaping coals of lira on her head by
thanking her courteously, I went to
nnothor store and after being shown
tho assortment in the particular line
1 wanted, was nblo to mnko n satis
factory choice. Tho very reluctance
of the first girl (lid not encourage a
purchase, and 1 feel that douhtles
others must hnvo had the samo exper
ience. If they also ended by pur
chasing from another store, the man
agement would certainly do well to
nmko n chnngo In the matter of help.
Visit u Coed Tonlr.
This case, was, however, I mil sure,
ono of tho exceptions rather than the
rule. Resides being obliging, most of
the ulrls with whom I havo had occa
sion to deal havo been so brlgni ami
sunny that my visit to tho store was
something of n tonic.
Qf courso one cannot expect clerks
in ln cheerful nil of tho tlmo, for
thcro aro times when tills old world
looks bluo to them as It' docs to us all
occasionally. And sometimes I think
thev aro almost Justified in losing
patience with tho Irritating, nggrcvut-
imr piih nmers whom iney lire omigi'ii
to sorve. Of courso wo can't always
find whnt wo want In any ono store,
oven nfter tho clerks havo shown us
nearly everything In her paytlculnr
department. Hut It Isn't necessary
for us to sweep haughtily out as If
It were tho fault of tho Biiloswoman
"An, I'm sorry you haven't what I
want and I thankl you for your trou
ble," delivered with a pleasant snillo,
Chairman Campbell Tells Bus
inessmen Harbor Rules Will
Not Hamper Commerce.
'Tho Territorial harbor commission Is
determined to put a Mop lo what
l.'halrman Marslon Campbell colli, one
uf the greatest abuses of vvlmrf prlvl-legi-S
that exist tho tiling of local
wharves for warehouses. Tim deter
mination of. tho coinmlHilon to stop
this will guide It In formulating Its
Una rules for wharf regulation.
Ho stated Chairman Murston Camp
bell of the coiiiinisMon to the business
men assembled at the Joint sooloii of
tho Chamber of ('nininerco and Mer
chants' Association jesteribiy nfter
noon. Tho meeting wns called for tho
purpose of acting on tho report of tho
special committee of six that consid
ered tho proposed rules framed by tho
Chairman T C'llvo Duvlcb presented
tho report, which hns ulreudy been
published i( tho press, Ho also . pre
sented. a letter from thn Jaiuineefl Mer
chants' .Wocl.itlon, emphasizing tho
necessity of plenty of time tp handle
cargoes herp oiifcccount of Inadequate,
i; D. Tenncy moved that tho report
be uiloptei Ip full. US' well ns tho ac
companying recommendations of tho
special committee, nnd tho motion was
carried without n dissenting vote, Tho
owners of prlvato wharves. It Is und-(-rstooil,
urn urged to adopt the gen
eral rules that thn harbor conimllon
will enforce for Territorial wharves.
Mr. Tenncy stated, when the ques
tion nroo ni to action upon tho .rec
ommendation" by thn cnininUsloii, thnt
bo believed the commlxMnn will glvo
due cimsldi'iatloii to tho expressed
wishes of the busluesi organization.
"They are rfiisiinnbln men." he said,
"und I fed "coiilldcilt that the' will
POINT OF VIEW
Is sure I" maka tho dork's task much
lighter, and create an atmosphere, of
sunshine all round i
Shop Early Always Wise. ,'
1 have been wondering .t(. w1Ur5.,:
)ou women fwlu have lho splendid -
pilvllcgo of staing at homo iilwnys '
le:io vour blioiMiing "'i"1 'Sttiirday '
afternoon and evening. You havo no
idea how iniicli ynu wnull cmtrlhilto
to the general happiness of ovcryoiio
If nil' left tho week-end pcrludh for
business and professional ppoplo
who havo no other tlmo In shop. Sat
urday Is ii haul day nt best for all
trades people, i.tid n llttlo thoughtful
liess on jour )art will do much to
ward llRlileiilns tho load of tho work
ers And lu speaking or shops mid shop
ping I nm reminded of a condition
which u man brought to' my ntten;
tlon a short tlmo ago. Ho iisked mo
why It was that women mo nlwajs
given precedence over a man In a
ciowded shop. Ho ailil tint only th-j
lilgjit before he had stopped into, J
nient-market lo get a t,ie.U for din
per, and had been obliged to wait
until hnlf a dozen women who emtio
In afler him had been served.
That doesn't seem Jut fair to mo
I think wo women ought ir.t to ex-'
peel any inoio favors nt Iho hands
of the butcher or groccryiiinn than
aro accorded our brothers or hus
bands. Tho man who stops at the
storo on his way from tho ofllco at
night Is no doubt fnr moro tired thanH'
wo women who hnpfien to bo going f,
some belated mopping mere nt mo
same tlmo, and doubtless much moro -
eager to reach his homo.
I know that this condition of at- jjp
fairs does exist, but 1 don l Know
why. Do joii? I am Inclined In be
lieve that It Isn't evidence of nny
special courtesy on the part of tho
butcher or baker, but tnai wo jiibi
sort of .uggrcsMvely demand this pro
ccdencu. Perhaps that is why our
husbands complain If wo ask them
to do n llttlo shopping for us. What
think j mi?
And while on this subject I am
tempted to say u word about the wo
man who waits until half past flvo
or six to tako tho car irom down
town home. 1 menn tho woman who ,
has plenty of leisure and who could
easily arrange differently If sho but
guvu Iho mattor a thought.. Invnrln
lilv her nrms arc full of bundles, and"
l .1... ...... ! nt-nwil.tilmi.t ll nlwnVS i
II HIV ! -..."..v -- ' -
Is nt that tlmo of the day with tired
men on their way homo from work
common coiirl'Csy'domaniU'lliat shu
bo offered a sent. Often sho takes' .
this without so much as an ",l thank
jou" (another ovldenco of tho ag
gressive taking of things for grant
ed) nnd nfter tho cir has proceeded
several blocks the Isles are full nt
tired men who nro forced to bo "strap
hangers" beciuso of Iho thoughtless--nous
It really Is nothing more than
hat of the fetiilnlno sex.
Iteally, I'm not worth much In tho
rule of preacher, but these mo thlnga
worth thinking about because they
happen every day and "Every day is
a llttlo life, and lifo is but a day. re
peated." consoler Ihero recommendations fully'
mid Impartially before acting."
Chairman Campbell of the roninils- .
Mnu thereupon uroso nnd declared pn
behalf of thu comiiilsMon Unit tt would
glvo due weight to the action of the
"The wholn desire of tho commis
sion," said Campbell, "Is to , correct
alius that have existed for many;
many j'enrs. not to" bumper commerce.- ,
Wo must slip one of tho greatest ,
abuses thai exist the making of ware
houses out of docks."
Thoiirsson win a short one. noth
ing coining 'up but action on tho re
port. 'Ah thn mutter now stands, tho
commission must modify Its proposed
rides vcrj' much to meet tho wishes
of thq coinmerrl.il organizations. Homo
of Iho members of tho commUslon have
ulreiiily said they will refuso to iicccdn'
to all or tho thing asked by tho busi
ness men, mid a comproniliio will proti-
liblj' bo effected.
CONKUNG SAYS COIN IS
NOW ONJTS WAY HERE
Governor Frcur received u cabloyes-..
terilaj- iirternoon from Treasurer Conk
ling station that the coin for the Tor- .
rltorlal bond, Jisuo was nil paid In and
was now on Its way to Honolulu.
This was In' answer to a cnblo runt
yesterday morning to ,tho trenslirer
asking for deflnltn Information ljo
leaves for Honolulu this morning,
boarding tho steamer ut San Francisco.
Cleats the inmplcxton,
whlteiu the hands and
i a tlmc-lcittd remedy
for Mn dUcatcs.
KJT. Il.lr ui WlUtr Ort,