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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912.
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Let m be of good cheer, remembering that
bear are thoic which never come. Loh-cll.
1 onolulu is moving more or less in (he dark in dealing with the bill be
fore Congress directed against railroad-owned steamships passing through
the Panama Canal.
One thing we know, and on this We arc perhaps better informed than
many of our fellow citizens on the mainland. The United States has
mighty few ships carrying its flag. 1 1 cannot afford to be too finniky on
the ownership of the ccscls, if the American merchant marine is to be rep
ie(,ilcd by anything more than thiec dorys and a steam schooner. The re
iliictiom arc harsh at the present time. Hawaii pleads that they shall not be
rnblcms. new, numerous anu most
ficials and our public-spirited citizens ii
gills, as well as boys, that will give tli-m an education in what is generally
lefened to as industrial arts.
But iheie is just one thing for these workers to do. Go ahead I
Nothing can possibly be gained by sitting down and bemoaning the fate
that has thrust these problems upon us. That docs not inspire confidence or
bring about results.
Most e cry one who has attended a baseball game knows how disgusted
llie crowd become when some player "holds the ball," hesitating which
wjy to throw it because there are so many places where it will do so much
Invariably the crowd shouts "Throw it I" They don't care where, so
there is some action. Belter make a mistake of action than go lo sleep and
lose every opportunity.
Another phase has to be considered. The last Legislature provided
ways and means, so far as salaries fo: teachers arc concerned, for the es
tablishment of industrial schools. Undoubtedly the next Legislature will ex
perl to find something in the way of a school, a beginning at least. An
excuse that it could not be done will not bring forth Legislative enthusiasm,
and may prevent continued support.
This is not said to intimate that the authorities have been negligent. The
Bulletin knows that a great amount of preliminary investigation and
preparation has been done by the Department of Public Instruction. The
oiiit is now reached where the school should be brought into actual being,
and the lessons of experience gained by those on whose shoulders rests" the
responsibility for success.
The man or the woman who points out the difficulties, almost unsurmount
able it seems at times, is a friend provided he or she docs not frighten the
enthusiasts into "stalling" the whole scheme. It is well to learn in advance
all the known difficulties and thus be prepared for ihem.
Of all things, move! Get aclionl Don't dilly-dally nor allow the cause
lo he dilly-dallied with. Everyone b'lieves in teaching the youth of the
l.nicl how to work and impressing them with the dignity of labor.
All those who arc opposed to i, 'in3 our boys grow up as tin-horn sports
and who want to' save our girls from becoming street-walking chippies," will
give personal and moral support to the industrial school movement as asso
ciated with the public school tystem.
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ed like a millionaire." She declared
nover during their period of marital
relnlloim had ho ulven her money lo
i.urchaso clotheH for herHelf. and that
nil Bho woro during thnt tlmo wero
thoBo Bho had been glvoti by her fain-
lly heforo tho wedding.
On at lciiHt two occasions, she as-
scried, limns had suggested divorce,
toljlng her tho llrst lime, In September gestion, slio nRkcd Ilruns, to stay ta
of last year, that she, could lcavo him dinner, he replied: '
if slio desired, nnd return to her father "No, sir, I won't Btay nnd ent dinner,
Willi tho baby. Slio said that slio ask- while you're around."
ed her father, and he told her ha ' She said that for a considerable pal
would not let her como hack to hlin, rlod of time Bho was so weakoncd hy
On tho second occasion, a fnvv days Ills abuse that sho could not' sleep mi
before last Christmas, sho said, Ilruns less bIio took alcohol ruUs.
Ilaron Gustavo do Itotlischlld had a'
pleasant mixturo of caution and wag
gery. Onco while in tho synagogue
his neighbor suddenly plucked him by
tho hIcuvo nml whispered liourscly: "I
liavo como away this morning without
locking the safe!"
"Don't worry," replied Hothsclilld,
looking round ut thu vast congrega
tion, "wo nro all of us hero!"
"I can understand Hprnaiheaglo tac
tics, but hero's soniuthliig I can't nil
Per SW .Months 8 Jill
Per Yeur, anywhere In I'. S...1.IKI
Per Year, anywhere In Canada I..MI
Per Year, postpaid, foreign . . . 2.(111
Htrr(1 it the Poatntbc al llobr,lulii
.MAY 9,. 1912
the misfortunes hardest to
HOW TO WORK.
vexatious lace (lie teaclicrs, mc
the establishment of a school
had repeated this RtigKCRtlon, and on
I hcarlriK thu decision of her father, had
; sulci hIio rould ro to tho toting lintel
and tako a room next to that of her
It was when hIio camo to tho story
of tho Saturday night, two days he
iloro Christmas, when she. said her mm
J baud had come homo at a late hour in
I an Intoxicated condition and scorned
her that Mm. Kniim' eyes crow moist
" "er voico wenKeneu. un wig io
hiwlng dnv Inalead of remaining with
'''- l' went downtown ago 11. and
when hIio met him again at her fatli
" house In tho afternoon, ho wuh
w" a crowd of friends., all of wliotn,
,8110 S!U(J. ,lftd "ecu drinking.
She said ho greeted her encoring!)'
there, nnd when, at her, father's sugi
"Why should a Congressman argu
ing for an appropriation to dredge u
creek speak bitterly about tho crown,
ed heads of Kurono?"
"Your play contains too much con
versation. You need a hulrhrcadth cs
capo of somu kind,"
"What's tho mattor with tho third
act?" demanded tho dramatist, "whoro
tho hcroluo narrowly oscapes being
talked to death?
TO LEARN TO
Industrial School Scheme Gets'
Good Start From
AND EDUCATORS AT !
CENTRAL GRAMMAR i
Most Interesting and Instruc-j
tive Talks Everyone Be-'
lieves In It Though Problem,
Is Large One. i
If enthusiasm means nnvthlim. tin
opcnlm; nf n school where (lie Klrls t
mill hoys of tin- city can obtain In- I
dustrlnl tralnlnc thnt will lit them to
earn their own IIvIiir. Is onlv ii mat-
,... ..r .. .i.,,-, , ,! ii. ,iu in
m.ur...i ' I
The nipt'tlng of the Ti-nelHm' Anno-I
elation .held yesterday afternoon In tlio
assembly room nf the (Yntml ""
innr .School was one of the. larKest at
tended Hint most ciitliulnUc tluit has
ever been put ilown to the credit of the
association. The special purpose of
the iiu'.'llntf vviih to consider the early
establishment of an Industrial Helioot
which xhoulil bo tin llrxt step toward
uuiMiik? available n means of c.liicn
llou Hint will Klve thu KlrlH n llvell
lioo.l. The discussion vviih most Intcr-
.'xtlliK mill liroiiKht the subject before
the audience In u ureal number of
Km many phuscH.
The mi'i'tliiK wax unmilmoiiH that llu
work xhoulil k forward, tint, of course,
the subject Is a InrKo oiu unit the
Immediate ih'tall of how to net til"
project In nctiial iniitloii linn yet to
In decided upon.
llcprcscntntlvcH of t'vory xrliool In
tin city, iiu'ii anil women prominent in
philanthropic unit civic work, mm
IcailiTH of the principal rrllKloiiH
tiollcH were present. Hchool Inxpcctor
(llhson Kave n Keliernl review of the
iiiiliixtrlul xchool legislation anil xliou-
il that the Territory In prepared t"
xupply tlit) neccHxnry
the new Inxtltiitlou.
Iiikh and xultlcient Kround for iiKrlcul
turn! purpoeH n.uxt l,e obtained, hovl-
ev.r. before the Hchool cm. I.e. extub-
jixoeii. lie ocnuvcH me inxiiiimun can j
be niniln xelf-xupportliiK, mid ulxo Klve
the xtuilentH Homo reniuucrntlon for I
Mrx. Carter, HpeakhiR for the clrlH !
mid of the need for Hiich a Hi-hool, nald
the dlreclorH of Kaluliilil Home hud
liidlcati;d their iipproval of a kItIh' In
duxtrlal xclionl. They liave recently
obtained u donation of $311,000 for the
conxlructloii or u wotklinr Klrlx' Imlir
Iiik house mid won hi cooperate In uv
vry way poxxlble.
.Mrx. f'rcluhtoii endors-oil the now
xchool, declarlnir that the trlrln need
a start of tills kind and there h a
steady ileiuand for liouxemaldx, hcvvIiik;
KlrlH and coi.Ih. Such a xcliool won
help Rreatly In HiipplyluK this de
mand, makliiK Hie younir women nlf
HupportliiK Instead of iiiiirden-innkcrH.
Ir. Kcudder said a xyxtein of In
duxtrlal xcIiooIh Hhoiihl l.i InaiiKunitud
In coiijunctloii with the prexent ncn
demlc educational Hyxtcm. He xnlil
the prexent methoilH are unfair, pro
vldlnj? for the few liixteiul of the
ninny. Olrlx should be trained, lie iih-
Herteil, In the work of hoine-maklnir
ami (he duty of niothcrH, and not bo
ttcrillltfetl Ii, enli.r tltn u,,l,,,f, ,.f tl,,.
iiiinu.,iL tr ,,,,,i ,,,.ii.. ...i.i n ii....
....I .,,,,, t,,,,,,- ,11,11,111, ,( ,1.1, 1-
ouch knowlnlKK of the uiidertiiklnir.
He aooroceil th m,iee.Mtit nioul ,u,p-
lllsliop Hextarlck, while not iipiK.s
Intr, pointed out xoino probleum will)
iVvhlcli lie Iiiih been' nci'U.ilutcil lifter
Iiiiik Htndy The whole problem Is mi
The efforts we have made
to supply a pure, rich milk,
and the success that has
attended upon these ef
forts, have given a feeling
of security to all users of
Ejiery dairy contributing to
this Association is kept In
a perfect sanitary condi
tion, and the Territorial
Veterinarian certifies to the
health of every cow.
It has a proven reputa
tion in cases of Poor Ap
'pctitc, Belcliine, Heart
"bunt, riatulciicy, lndi
,istion, Cosiivciii's.:., and
"olpria, Frvor mi At'ue,
Don't experiment insist
It tones and invigorates
i For sale liv llenpnn. Smith' & Co.,
I Mil. Chambers DniK fo., Mil.. 1111"
Drug Co.'ulid nt nil wholesale liquor
. ' ;
iconunilc one In c.uiviimhIiut tho Hlt-
I nation he found Hint amlerlalH turned
'out l.y Hie youiiK women tan not com- .
pete on the inurk.it Willi the Kooils ,
' iiimiufiicli 1 bv the lilK Maxteru and
I the (irientul houtcH. lie niiIiI It vviih
. not rlKht to expect llie nrexxoH niaou
! by Hie KlrlH to compete xuccehxruliy
Iviltli the work of llie Clilnex.- anilJap
!nnee tulhira, iiiul Hint the xyxtein
woiihl rail nlmrl elmlliirlv In lb'' other
, ilepartnienlH. The only line In which
1 tin, 'Inxtlliitluii nilitlit iiiiivi' xiiicexxfti
,11c .leilared, would be III iiKricultiirc.
I In bellceH In the work, but prexciilcd
a phiixe of It Hint will reiiihe tlicmoxt
I I'liifeHMir Scolt HiiKKexleil that the
wnllliy ciintliiKent In the Mainlx should
iioiiiii to Hie fioiii In a philanthropic
, way mid xupporl the institution for
I the hemilt of llie pinple whoxe luiiul-
Klulluii Iuih b.ell llldliced by the
wealthy people lo build up their
i wealth. He Hiouuht thexe xhoulil kiii
I lily Hie fuiulx for the Hchool, mid that
""- """ " "- -" ,,.....,
.ilcniandx Mnccd upon It. lie iiKieed
that thu problem wiih ecoiiumlc nnil
tt,mn"y r"U''1 ,",M " .'n;1;;- , . ,
I r- iUmi' """, '"" "l,U' l,,,l",'l,n
need as mtuh Ktildaiice iind correction
iih tho laitlve clilldreii, mid that the
Hchool xliouhl he open to all mccH.
'.MTsh Kleuler xiikkcxIiiI that the In
xlltutlon be iiuide a factory of IdealH.
creatlUK self-reliance, appreciation, re
spect andTKnovledtte of Justice In the
)ouiik folk. President (llliuoro axxert
eil that there Ii no reul competition
mnoiiK vvorklinr younit men here, that
they me In Kreat deuimid, and (hat
coutractoi'ii call not net cuoiikIi of Hie
skilled labor. Trained men me l.:i.lly I
needed, hi said, and the school should I
aid In snppl.v Inir tills ileuiand l lurn- '
I luir out box trained so Hint lhe
I would at least be oil the load lo he- ,
icoiiilni; skilled woikincn.
i ..... .. . ... - ,... I
.mixh lope loin in me coiiioik iii-mm
of all expert In Just such prohleMi ii 1
iijrexdt of Hie effort of the Kaiii.'lia- I
ineha 'Schools to Ket ut tin crux of i
lljc problems hire and work aloiiK the I
lines or Kieaiesi emcieiicy in kiviok
Hie Kirlx ami hoys, the start that they
.Mrx. Wilcox spoke, from her eperl
MVrico'Wltll the xewilllT classes of Ku
vvnlahiio, and expressed the belief thnt
tin Klrls wanted to learn, mid unlit
to enfn a rcHpectable IIvIiik. They
t bil shown Hu vvny. She ap-
Iliilt of the ItoiiMiu Cath
olic church tsnvn a very Instructive
talk, hrliiKiin; forward some of the
practical irobleuiH Hint are belni; met
l.y the )rphaiiH' Home lit Kalllil. He
iote.1 that (hero the Mills lire taiinhl
, In Sin tile ordinary household duties.
A They mo tinder good discipline, and
imy leiuii now io worii i, i;ei ii-siuis
,.ln-Injun.! lU.U,VIch iih well lis their studies
Tin bishop xtated that ho vviih not lu
loruied on Just what the project tin
foot wiih to be, but he assured the
tinchiis that liny assistance he could
give .should bo considered at their dis
.osal. They were welcome at any time
io visit the orphanage mid the nlstei-H
would give tin-ill nil the Information
Other speaker, were liev. Mr. Smith,
ITInctpal Wood, ltev. Mr. Olesoii and
The present program Is for n com
mittee of the TctichcrH' Association lo
'actively take up the mutter of lludiug
, u headiuarte-H for the .Ichool and cou-
'tiuue Hid promotion of It iih well us
,nxg)st In the hard work.
Horses for snle. To nrriio about
I .Inno 1 from tho Northwest u lino lot
1 of work, hack nnd sadillo horses, Tel
lib!) or Inqulro or Club Stables, fiL
. North Kultifl street.
A Skin uf Beauty Ts a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM 0I MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
Itentovca Tin, rim pie
Wvililea, iioth I'uiehi
ltittt, tvtta hkio lUitiwt ,
') nu beauty, itnd ill
HtMUliHHl Ul III!
ut M year, uiii
Id VTOMtiV IliUi
Ivlt ut liiiKr.r
imrti. Di. 1. A
H-ir ilil to
UJy of tLa Jjaut
luii (a i.ntieuin
"At jrnu iiiin
will ue tbtio.
id ...I .. IL . I. ..'f.i1 .? bLI ll,a
' fklo pr-riiuntttuna." J-nr alf ly Udruitiit and htocy
OouJ llt-kler lKtlit Ubllvtl StHi, UtititOa and urot.
rinD.T,HOPUHS,Pfcp, 37 Grett Jones Street. KtwK.
1 fj.l'-a IrV.rs
m vyp cl II;.
s:33 Qt -ir Utw
Six Acres of Land
Near Collego Hills ear lino ahoul two
blocks away, Marina nnil mountain
For Sale Now
Tltero Ii a large frontnye on street. The
place hao been much Improved.
Bungalow with View
Which can be rented, if purchaser de
sires to buy merely as an investment.
Prico is $0000.
ntmiNa Yoim Atisi:Nf;i:
KIIOAI THJ'3 ISLANDS we nro
prepared to inaunRe your estate
mid look nfter your Interests
here. You will find It irraitly
to your udvautnh'o to place tho
iiinnnKcmciit of your nffulrH with
n rexponxlblo concern.
Come (Hid kco us iih to terms.
92-1 nCTIIEL STREET
Tho Kocond hulcli of KeoBiophlcul
names for jiolntH on tho Island of Ha
waii vviih paused upon ycHtorilny after
noon by lliivernor 1'rear and the ad-
jji Cheapness is not our main concern
lUyj Therefor we still develop all films by Lrjyj
M hand Because there is no better way. &OT0
1 We mix our r1 T T T? P 17 V t: fir?
Uth nnd l'libuu
llerelmilu Ht II " 27.M
l.tiunlllo Ht 3' " :ir. 00
l.uualihi Ht :i ' .10.00
12r, .Mnllock Ave " 27.S0
Judd Kt 3 " r.0 00
K'alakaiia Ave " tO.oO
Mnimu Valley ..., 2 " -tr. 00
Maklkl Kt II 115110
Kallhl ltd and lleckley (Ht.l " 3r. 00
N'oiipuri'll, llerelaiila Ht. ,.ti " 22.50
MKKSAOIIS I'Olt SUM'S AT SKA
t'l' TO n uvi:itr
vlnury cominlltfo niipolnted by thu Na
llnniil (IcuKrnuhlc Hoard, of Washing
ton, D. C. Tho recommendations ilc
leniilncil on ycslenlay will he for
warded to tho national capital, approv
ed mid placed on thu now topoitrnplil
nil map of Hawaii now In preparation.
Tills Jimp probably will he publish
ed In thu near future. Governor Kroar
says, that1 of thu Htxty-tilx nniuus dccl
deil upon, tho Krent majority nro tho
orlKlnnlx Klven the points, Iowiih.
Klieaum, etc., by tho lluwalliuiH. In
tho Kelecltou iiheiko controlled the
iholco to a hil'Ko extent, ho mild.
The Governor nnil llio rommltten
working on the mihdlviHlon of Hi
Punchbowl "cnuyiiilll Hcctlon Hpcnt
Kevernl linurH yeHtordny and today re
dlvhllni: the IiIocIch Into IiiIr and pre
pnrlui; tn cnint pafenlK to thosp now
reldliiK on tho land who dcHlro to
1 1 urehnHe.
All those on I lie land nt present
hold mihlcaseH from the Government
which expire AiiKiist lli, Thu lot n notv
will he appraised and palcnlH pre
jinrcil nml Hhorlly tho Halo of Hm jln
occupied lot H will he advertised.
2 11. n. $75.00
Ii " 10.00
:iii. it. ino.oo
Furnished house' on Wilder Ave.,
Furniethed liouto on Wilder Ave.,
near Onhu College.
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
Property in all parta of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN, .
Made of the l.est Im
ported I:iikIIsi riuxklii.
Kornied to lit eloxe with
Shoe Co., Ltd.
10S1 Fort Street
A protest llled with llie city and
countv supervlsorH l.y Waller vv'eedon,
l-epl.-sentlUK Hev'eral llltereHted clients,
has iccclvcd piumpt iittetitlon hy the
health and Haultatlon committee, In
cliidliiK MeuiberH KriiKer, Alitalia and
?'hen the Initial move wiih mad. hy
the 1'aclllc KiiKluccrlUK Couipuny for
the complete dosing of the downtown
street In order Hint the contractorH
could belter conduct the work ofcou-
I siruciioii oi toe new .... .11. i.dhiu- i.iiii.i
I hi),', a storm of protest leached tho
ears 01 llie supci visors.
ItcprcHcututtvcH from one of the lo
cnl thcatiTH iippeare"il on Hie scene,
mid followliu; 11 spirited conference thu
contractorH appeared uilllliK that n
four-foot piiKHiiKeway lm allowed
thi'oUKh the street.
Now coin.'H Wccdun with the dn
iniiiiil that tho four-foot way be In
t reused to elijlit feel In order to per
mit the passilRi of vviltjOUH and vehi
cles of nil kinds.
the conference held yesterday even-Iiir-
with llo continctors, the Interest
ed and prolesthiK property owners nnil
municipal fatheis resulled In n deci
sion favorliiK Hie elKht-foot iass.'ii;ci
vvuy. Ton must gel thu 11 u I let In to
uet (lie News.
That's what our Diamonds art.
Our stock Is particularly, clean
and flawlsss, arid tho variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
immenss assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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ih rt f 'iti-j,' -rL; L-,vsu.,ab','iUti '