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rVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUnDAY, JAN. 27, 1012.
E V EN ING 'B'UL LETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
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.
Wallaci R. Fakkinmon, - IiuiroR
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
I1VIIIC1 IIUI.I Ull
fer Msith ftnyurticee In O S M ,7rt
Pet ejuarttt anwhert -ti V S
Pei r aiirtitie till 3
tcrlrai potliatd toreleli .
ppi I t2ditorli Rooms,
1 w. fcjusintifii4, Office,
Our aits out a'uels arc, 01 good 01 ill,
Our fatal shadows that walk by us still;
Man is his own star, and that soul that can
Be honest is the only perfect man,
INDUSTRIALIZE TII0SCIIOOL SYSTEM.
By indulging in some ill-advised and radical statements
titiite a number of the very good people in Honolulu arc be
ing led into an honest investigation and thereby learning a
great deal that they did not know concerning the public
schools, and the good work done for the children of the con
No less a person than our good friend the Bishop Rcs
tarick made a number of broad statements, on information
and belief, that finally brought him in touch with many facts
concerning which he had not been informed and therefore
found his beliefs very much awry.
Agitation, however, is not without its very good results
when the agitators are reasonably honest in their convic
tions and are willing to accept the truth when it is presented
What pleases the Bulletin in the whole matter is the
i encwal of the talk, for bringing industrial education more
prominently into the schools, though this paper must admit
that the member of the educational force who is doing the
most criticism of the present course of study is both ancient
and impractical in his methods, and forces himself upon the
public because of an overwhelming conceit rather than any
capacity or record for common sense.
But all things count for good if you swing them into the
right line of action in the final analysis.
Everyone in Hawaii with a spark of loyalty for the Terri
tory and regard for the children wants the schools to give
the child instruction that will better enable him to gain an
honest living, inculcate habits of industry and a lasting ap
preciation of the dignity of labor.
May it not be possible thci that our thinking and unself
ish people have come to the point where they are ready to
support a movement tor an advance in the school system to
a development of the industrial phases of education?
We are certain that this is the tendency of the times.
People are complaining and don't just know how to correct
the condition. If they will take the trouble to honestly in
vestigate they will not have fa to go, to find themselves in
sympathy with the progressive educators of the day. This
is the record of the mainland aid Hawaii is pretty much the
same as other parts of the United States.
It would seem therefore that no better time than the pres
ent could be found to ask the leading educators of the is
lands to get together in the study of a system which will
bring industrial arts more prominently i.ito the education
of the child.
The work should go further.
These local citizens and teaohers interested in education
should bring to their assistanse one or more of the leaders
of the mainland. Let the best American educators have a
hand in criticising and shaping our courses of study, for it
must not be forgotten that this is an American Territory.
American, not alien, systems must prevail. It is quite pos
sible that Hawaii could secure a personal visit from the
head of the Federal Bureau ol Education.
N Get constructive results not school politics out of this
agitation, and it will be worth while.
' "When W II r.irrliigton, edltui of
tho nulletln and tho foremost cham
pion of tlio coastwise laws, relurneel
from tho Coast a short llmo nge" 'said
Mr. Hermit, "ho told inn of tlio dllll
tulty bo had ami his Inability tp get
n Bhlp when It was utmost absolute
necessary for him tn got haek Jin
said that hereafter ho was Inclined to
bo tho best booster for tlio suspen
slon of the laws wo had I think
B y. Suitor Opos jour father object to
Sultee Not If jou bring join own
' "Myjra, how long haB Joo Novlua
hopme.nlnp' tilth vnn?"
"About'' 18 ears'
DO - '..li
ftl Sli Mrnu .tut j
r Vft. anywhrieltilja .... I.x
Pel Yar nirwhTt n Canada, I. no
Pet Vear poalpa'd, loiiln 3,u
nteied al the PoMettticc ai llnnoltiln
a. ciintla.s matter
JANUARY 27, 1912
Mr rarrlngloit was hero ho would
tell you so himself " Advertise:1
News Item, .Ian 27
Hither friend llerndt Is elieainlng
in ho has been most outrageously
mlsipioleil bj tho Advertiser
I did not at any tlmn whlln in San
Cram hun oxporhntu an "Inability to
pot a ship" lo Honolulu, ami 1 eanneit
li'call that at any tlmo 1 haw, be-cu
Mill Inclined lo he a hoeister for the!
suspinsion of tlio eo.iBtwIso shipping
laws, eoitalnly not while tho Tcrrl-
Iftory of Hawaii Is receiving tho mar
"That booms an awfully long tlmo "
"Yes; I sometimes wonder If Joo'b.
over going to ask mo to marry him"
"My dear, these aro excellent clg-1
ars, but thoy are awfully strong'" '
"Yes; I got the strongest I could
llnd They won't bleak so easily In
KUHIO AND TAFT.
Some fool friend of the Governor must feel that his
cause is very much up against it when he states that Dele
gate Kuhio's purpose in returning to Honolulu is to secure an
anti-Taft delegation to the National Convention.
. If Kuhio were out on the anti-Taft game, ho would stay
right in Washington and force his resolution for a Congres
sional investigation of Governor Frcar. Furthermore the
Delegate must know that the Taft sentiment in Hawaii at
the present time is so strong that it would be the utmost fol
ly for him to come back here and father a fight against the
very man to whom he is appealing to make a thoroughly
unprejudiced and judicial estimate of the governmental con
ditions in this Territory.
Of course there are some people here who will say any
thing if they think they can help their cause by damning the
other fellow. Apparently lots of just such people arc calling
themselves the friends of the Governor. The Bulletin
is not in the confidence of the Delegate and consequently
must wait witli the rest of the people for the Delegate to
speak for himself. This paper is very certain however that
the Delegate is not on his way home to commit suicide by
the anti-Taft route, much as his enemies would like to have
him do so.
The Bulletin hopes that the Delegate on arriving will
announce his readiness to accept the conclusions of the
President's commissioner and then, be the result what
it may, drop the controversy and continue the fight for all
that is best for Hawaii-nei Unity.
clows liotiefltH dor h oil fmm I ho pro
tective policy for Its agricultural In
dustries Tlic facta nre, (lint when I wont In
San rrnnclseu Inst (Xteibor, I Intend
eel to return on the Oetober trip of
Iho W'lllicliulun On booking for tlio
return trip I fontiil tlieio was n wait
ing lint iitnl tlie Damon of inM'ir mill
wife, went on tlio waiting list, with
tlio others. Two Oajs or mom heforo
the sailing of the vessel I was noti
fied from the Mntnon eilllee tint berths
would he available for nijsel'f nml
wife on tlio Wllhetmlnti Meatiwhllo
Mis rnrrlngtnn hntl decided to re
main over till the Sierra two weeks
later ami m business tmido It advan
tageous for me to do the. same A
cnhlo from my Honolulu onleo stated
eei tiling was loely and I might
as well stay tlio additional two weeks
1 went to tlio sailing of tlio Wll
helmlim and there met some of the
coastwleo law BuspcnslonlstB who
wero wildly hilarious that I "inuliln't
get passage," and as they would not
have It otherwise I did not tako tlio
trouble to glvu tho brief hlstoi) of
my life that Is here reunited
'I would not take the troublo to go
Into so much detail 'at this time If tlio
statement In tho morning paper did
not so grossly mtstepicscnt the fiats,
mid Is n fair sample of many another
statement that has been published In
the cause of coastwlso law snspen
rlon and, by reason of tlio studied or
silly Inaccuracies, proed a boomer
ang Wo mod more ships and wo mo
getting them, but these additional
passenger ships for Hawaii should bo
protected so they will not ho run
out of business by foreign lines.
Wbllo 1 lmu no sympathy with tho
loastwlso law sUBpenslonlsts, I bo
llovo that tho Interests that nru fat
ttnlng olT tho pintcetlnn of -our ugrl
eiilturnl Industries couhl well nrfonl
In lnest a larger share, of their sur
plus In steamships, under tho Amor
Ican ll.ig, that will accommodate pas
sengers, I think It Is ahomln.iblo that such
small portion of our principal
freights are used to dlroctly promote
We extend a most cordial
Invitation to all interested
in pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In this depot is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can see
in the extreme cleanliness
hero the idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
, an luereano In American passenger
ship Hut we should not rmget that
j there Is a steady inlprovciuout In this
respect nnd I believe tli.it two ears
,honep when thu canal opens, it will
bo belter still. ,
WA1.LAC15 It. r.uiti.noN
After the foregoing -was written, the
expected happened. On moiling Mr.
Hermit bo stated that he had been
W. 11 IWIllttNCiTON
I'Ijiih will be iiiiide lit nine by the
Hawaii Promotion ('nminltlte to enter
tain the passengers of the globo-clr-elliig
oxuirxlun steamer I'lPWlnnil when
thut vessel rcaehch Jn.ru on l'ebruary
1.1 on )nr K'turu (rlji.
A special meeting of the Promotion
Committee will lip, Jit Id lit 3 o'clock
next Monday ufltrnotu for, the. purpose
of computing pljns'i'foi- tio reception
and uitrrtulnnicut of tlio passengers
Tor tlio evening pnUrtitlnmcnt the
committee Is endeavoring to enlist tlio
cooperation of the Kiialitiuialiii Keiclcl)
for tho presentation of a series of Its
beautiful historical tableaux. Mrs
Henry Hmlth and the secretary of the
voclety bae nssiirtsl the committee
that they will Is- glad to attend the
molting and discuss tlio pluns
lldgur Allan Korbes, tho noted
World's Work mini, was so highly Im
pressed with tlio eiliuatlon.il fucllitloH
afforded In the Mantis hero as com
pared with some of the spots visited,
that ho Is going to got up a speelnl
article on "(llrls' Hduiatlon 111 Hit
wall." To aid In this, the coinuilltee
has made arrangements for Mr. forties
to moot Nope rlntendont Peipo em the
return trip of the Cle-v eland anil to
gether the) will visit the sthoeils.
A girl may not le.illy object lo be
ing klssi'd, but site objects to the
joung man's thinking Hint sho eleiesn't
Real Estate for Sale
Palolo Hill Slope
IJulldlng lot on tho rltlgo of Pa
lolo, ufforellug u view of Ho
nolulu Ilarhor and Wiil.ilun
II iy 1700 00
Deslrahto building site on Kaltl
l.'llil Drive, l'aclllo Heights.... 1800 00
Kohula lltnUi rurnlshtel house
Possession April 1, 1912 J8&00
I'Ltilnsula furnished liouso.
Possession ut once 70 00
Two Manoa Homes
(1) Flvo.room bungalow on Him no.
well street, near car line. Modern
Improvement!! gas, electric lights,
city water) garage for motor car.
(2) Bungalow of 5 rooms) new and
thoroughly modern. Splendid view.
Large, well-Improved lot) bouse
has modern conveniences. Price
On Listed 8tocks and Improved
Real Estate. We buy nnd sell
Stocks and Bonds and make In
vestments for others in approved
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
Paul Leggett, tho Nyack automo
bile authority, made n discovery that
Is of Interest to cery motorist who
bus been "up against It" after he
lms exhausted his gasoline supply
miles from n garage, says the S. 1'.
Chronicle. Ix.ggott has found that
atct)lene gua, while not nearly as
powerful as gasoline, la equally elll-
lout In operating a car. The ellstei
erj saved him from being utnllcil
miles from a giiingc
Ho was drhlng In his Hudson car
from Nyack, N. Y , to Chatham, N. . ,
a distance of 120 miles. While be
tween Kingston and Catsklll ho ran
out of gnsollno several miles fiom
tho lie-are bt place whom any could bo
Bocuieel. Ah thero wero tin telephones
nny neaiei than tho gasoline, ho
started tho car with tlio self-starter
and loft the gas from thu nrctleua
tank on tho daslboaid of tho ear
turned on about one-thirel vu around
Then lie inn sovcral miles up anil
down hill, using only ucct It-no gas
Tor jiowoi, until ho arrived near n
church, which c.iirlcd the only Hiipply
of gasollno In lhui,,c,rilty.
Sec our new Sepia and
Colored Island Views
'VI1- -i; i ,a
MESSAGES TO FRIENDS AT SEA
Oltlco Is eipcn for ships' messages until
11 every night
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
HE LETTER "1"
"Siiiiik good ntiel thoughtful person
was kind enough to send to the hlfhop
1 marked eop of (he- Hawaiian Cluire.li
I'lironlcb) for August. he never the
letter 'I' occurreM In the rtrtklo entitled
The Hislinps Visitation,' the said let
ter was marked In reel Ink The words
nij' unit 'mine' were ulo marked The
infe rene e was, we suppose, that In the
mind of iho iiiioiimous sender of the
piper the hlidiop thinks n gieat deal of
himself nnd Is ptirfti! up with a sense
of his own Inipotlniiee
"The fricts are these, that the uso of
tht tentorial we' when erne Is writing a
litter to his own proplu Is a podnntlt
fare e 'I he article In iiiiestlon was u
It tier from III" bishop telling of his v Is
llntloiis and to have- used '(' or the
bishop' even time he- speiko of hlmstlf
would have hiou poor taste nteordlug
lo modern iinigu In writings of this
kind " Hawaiian Cliuith Chioulcle
Now Hint's what I tall downright
me alii And the- bishop Is eiulto eer-
rect In bis it mat Its about It, only
lliej'iti too mild CiiIi-sh si nt 111 a
spirit of miller) (even then rather In
elclleutc). It shows a latk of line con
sideration foi Individual prefeiences,
n)H and privileges; It ellxclet'S an
inv), a perversltv o( temper destine
live eif nil kindliness, chnrlt) and tol-iinuee-
In u eeimmiiult) iiiuele up of nil
Mirts imil ceiuelltluns of men unil
v b) shouldn't the bishop use "I" us
often ns he phases'' Isn't bu tho
bishop, nml wasn't "I niaili, to use?
NEW SHIPMENT OF
FOR PHOTOS, POST CARDS
In Papor, Cloth, Lcatlierand
Burnt Leather Covers All Sites
FOnT, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPI.GV PniNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING. CO
17 Hotel Gtrt-ot
Hawaii would miss both "1" nml.tlm
liliibop If they were taken from us. Tho
llrst n i ron, singular, If 5 on please!
Its as iiitesstii) as the ego In a man;
as the two c)cs he has In his head
) u)e, sir, lis
And a Ulan who ln't deaf and dumb,
anil hiilfirlng from a pnrul)sl3 of horse
'cne ami thu writer's crump, can make
rreipienl use of "1" without being In
tlio least egotistical or tgeilstlc either.
Itiimember that thu man who thinks Ills
own tlitink, reels his uwu funk unil
rhews bis own chunk will ketp on using
"I" till something better takes Its place!
What If It eleirs Indicate that tho
user has a tittle- nrlglnallt), personal
It) and toncelt?
1)1 Holmes sa)s:
'Talk ill out eotue-lt its much as jou
Ike; It Is lo hum in thiiracter what
salt Is to the oeeiinj It keeps It awtet
slut lenders It endurable 1 sa) tint
Mine tit Is Just ns natural a thing to
.iiiionii minds as a tenter Is to a circle.
It Is Utile people who sh) ut a little
oiuelt In nnother, who seek to tovtr
ip under ufrtttid IndllTcreiite to pralso
mil Mlf-elispitageuiint (Intellectually)
the ver) thing tint tiops out, reveal
ing not mil) the smiling fate of ton
cell but the- ilefeiruiod bead of h)poc
That's haul, but I guess It's true.
What Is more Inexpressive, tnoio In
'Ipld, stale. Hat, asslnlui-, than the
oiiventlonal editorial "we" used to ex- ,
iress mi Individual opinion?
It tloes not Indltate moelesly at all.
The in. in behind It ma) bu bursting
villi Intcmdlled toncelt nml fane led su
ae rlorlt) over nil tho lest eif man
ilnd, but It has been Iho custom to
Mite this wit), mid so lie suffers bis
ulns eif rrpiesslon, ami takes bis cou
elt out In moiiio either shape.
Homo editors lire Just d)lng lo list)
(heir 'Is" euiee In u while, but Ihey go
in sa)lna "we" when they intaii nulli
ng of the kind It's a gemd ele-nl llko
i prtitiher using u tritd ho has men
all) given up It's no worse; It's a
eniel ele-al like II, I sn.v
There was a toneclte-il, s)ceiphantlu
)ld chilli In our town who was so mod
's! that he never (to in) knowledge)
ised I" One dav bo mine to the doo
'or's olllec nnd said with u whine,
I'm-, enir e-)t-s nro Irritated; tako a
exile at them" "Yes," iinswcred tho
loe tor, 'nur ees appear to suffer from
llmlliatloii Hoon ns we blow our
lose, ili'iin our ilngtr nails, wash our
Hinds mid eeinfer with our wife who Is
ailing us, we'll ntteiul to them"
And It was a notorious (hnrnctir In
own who snltl to tho old man, "Don
mi, I've a iiiinil to give )ou a black
ve" "Why so?" iihKmI the surprised
leiieiin '(lb, tilt it lou'd have It to
I'hillludlnoits Insipidities theso nro
ho bane of the world When the Lord
eitsos making us with private, Inill
'lelii il uiiil'rhar.irtirlstle nilnds, souti
Hid boillos; -when lie takes away all
'iiillvldiitil reeling ami Initiative all
pirseinnl traits and distinction; when,
il other wends, llr grades us all to the
liltille-itual slo ami quality eif thoso
wlio give us haekstalr stabs, wo may
'io lomposlto riieiugh to lunish from
our voe-ubiil.iry the eiffeiislvu but slg.
Keep It up, bishop; never say die, Is
'he advlie- of
Another sad si a dog who uses "I" whin
lie thinks It's linllciiteil
Kpeieik House-, Hawaii Jan C, 1S1J.
COW'S STOMACH HAS
SAN ItAPAHL. .Iiinii.nv in !',.
pounds of who nails, a plctc of barbed
wire leneiug, a glass bottle stoppei
and oddB and ends of old Iron wero
found In tho stomach of a teiw
slaughtere-d today at u local butclii r
Bliop. Tho cow had been pun based
mini iiugh Jirl'urdy anel was In a
Tho various nrtlclcu wero nil In
closed In a small Back In tho iiiiIiiuiI'h
stomach, nnd In no way Intel fined
with her dlgcstivo functions The
nulls wcro ull abeiut 1V4 Inches In
length, and, with tlio pieces of Iron
nnd several uliumls of bnrbod wire,
nmilo a bulky assortment weighing
about two pounds.
Cups and Saucers
for engagement presents gladden
the heart of every prospective
We have them In nil ilzos and
it ail prices.
A stroll through our Clooawnro
Department will bo enjoyed b
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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