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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
OLD NEWS IS
"Cowcll Will Ho on Ventura llrldRo"
fnlrly cll n bnlcl-fnco headline In n
paper of last ooiiIiik an mi Introduct
ory to Its KlilppliiR "IntcltlKcnce."
"Captnln .1. U Cowcll Is In Lino for
the Command of the Ventura" watt tho
lend of n story that appeared In the
II nl let In shipping columns of
April 2f!th Just three weeks agol
Tims It rocMi. A somnolent evpnliis
publication professes to jiavo mado a
most importnnt and Interesting dis
covery In tho statement offered In the
shipping story last evening. A more
curcfnl perusal of II u 1 1 e 1 1 n news
of thrco weeks ago would have on
aided tho "evening error" to greatly
enlarge upon Its talc, which was
filched bodily from tho columns of Its
moro wide-awake contemporary. It's
n sliamo to draw tho deadly parallel,
Lut It simply has to bo done, ns In
Htnnccs of this sort arc occurring with
Evening bulletin, April 26th.
Tho Ventura, the -third Oceanic lin
er. Is rapidly ncarlng completion, and
when this vessel enters tho Australian
run, leaving San Francisco on July
30tli and arriving at Honolulu on Au
gust Ctli, after an absenco of sovcral
years, a, number of old Oceanic steam
ship men will be found to have landed
('APT. J. I COWRLL Is said on
good nuthorlty as In lino for tho com
mand. Captain Cow ell lias often vis
ited Honolulu as a navigating officer.
A. I.. Conquest Is understood as se
lected to (111 tho position of chief
Moward. Sam Church, who for months
served as chief engineer In tho Sierra,
may go nut in tho renovated Ventura
nH bend of the engine-room staff.
There Is homo talk that Frank Cav
arly, now with the T. K. K. service,
will transfer his affections and abili
ties ns purser to tho Ventura. Cavar
ly. ioeer, hni denied the soft Im
peachment. Star, May 17th.
UOWBLL- FOIt CAPTAIN?
Chief Mate Cowcll of the Ventura,
niul who Is at tho prcsont time In
rhnrgo of that vessel, Is slated for tho
bridge when sho pulls out on her lnl
tl.il trip tn Australia from San Fran'
cisco on July 30, If tho promotion is
mado, tho movo will bo a popular one
nnd his many friends nro hoping that
bo will bo giving tho cast-off orders
when sho clears tho Coast port.
As far as can bo ascertained lie is
tho only ono mentioned for tho post
and although nothing definite is Btatcd
It Is looked on ns being a fairly cer
It might bo reiterated In passing
Hint if you really want NKWS you
must read tho II ii 1 1 c 1 1 n .
SEE LITTLE WAR
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Ing of supervising principals together.
Your presence- Is considerable ovl
denco of educational progress and
jour Influenco nnd recommendations
ought to do much toward perfecting
cur educational system.
"In comparing our educational sys
I em with others wo find that It pos
HcsHoB a great many features that aro
good and movements that aro pro
"There Is marked Improvement in
the teaching fprco. In the past two
years tho efficiency has been Improv
ed by reducing tho percentage of un
certificated from 28.4 per cent, to
J.G pir cent.
"Liberal appropriations liavo mado
It possiblo to pay better salaries tn
teachers. Statistical reports from tho
Ilurcau of Education at Washington
indicate that tho avcrago monthly sal
ary of teachers amounts to about 42
per month. Our present avcrago Is
about $72 per month.
"Tho supervising principals' system
bilngs to tho department much moro
We have in stock THIRTY-SIX more Ice Chests of our own manufacture
in natural and golden oak finish. We have taken great pains with the cab
inet work on these They are quick sellers at
KING AND ALAKEA STREETS
frequont and complcto reports from
all districts, thereby enabling weak
nesses to bo corrected at onco which
otherwise might continue for n long
time. Py this system all schools aro
kept pursuing a comparatively unl
form courso of study which makes tho
work of both pupils and teachers fat
moro satisfactory. Pupils pass from
ono ifhool to another without tho lo3
of standing in tho grndo and teachers
may bo trnnsforred without confusion,
for Ihry understand tho work -11101 Is
expected of them.
"Again, supervising principals mako
frequent visits explaining the princi
ples nnd nlms to ho carried out and
rIvo teachers such assistance ns mny
be needed a'nd as could not bo gotten
"Tho field of work Is very great for
us. There Is much to do In tho way of
lmprocmcnt of tho entire system.
There nlwnys will be. Tho constant
chango of conditions makes It neces
sary. Kducatlonal work must bo well
up In tho ndvanco of tho paco of
"There Is much to do that can only
bo accomplished quickly by tho com
bined efforts of those who have this
work to do. Tho supervising princl
pals as chief educators must assist
tho department In every wny In carry
ing out Its plans nnd policies. Super
vising principals must liavo a helpful'
nnd cooperative attltuuu just as thc
need and rcqulro of tho principals
and teachers of tho schools under
their Jurisdiction. I
"Our work at this meeting is to In-J
elude the discussion nnd conclusion on i
a number of Importnnt mnttcrs which '
will bo mnde as recommendations la
"For program wo will proceed with,
Text Hooks, Adaptation of Courso of
Study, School Hcports, Methods of In
struction and School Exhibits.
"Wo confer upon Ibis work as a
privilege and a duty of much Import
ance I am ploascd that thcro Is so
much public Interest taken in these
" POLITICAL DOPE
Candidate Mcl'imdlCHs Is currying
on nn early mid n ery ncthu cam
piilgn for Delt-Rnto to Congress, One
of his first reported steps has been
to employ u Hawaiian runner In each
of tho precincts of this IMnnd The
duties of thesq runners Include a
house-to-liouso ennvuss for tho pur
poso of reporting on each otcr und
also to pledgo ns many ns possible
Among tho Hnwnllnns u first pltduo
Is usually kept, when It comes to tho
show-down of tho secret ballot, lind It
Is on this basis that McCnndlesH'
forces evidently liopo to make Inrn.idi
on tho Itepubllcun Vote. iTIiey tiro
banking on the 1-Year forces to knlfo
Kufilo, nnd If McCandless men can
get enough Hnwullnns tlioy' think they
have It So far ns known, the pres
ent Republican committee Is doing
nothing to offset till?. Tho claim la
made that tho generally accepted of
ficial orgijn of tho committee Is de
voting considerable of Its spneo to fuc
tloncl condemnation of Htephsti Dosha
and- others associated with him This
Is merely urouslng many of tho Hit
wallnns to a reeling of bitterness
fignlnst tho present organization of tho
committee nnd widening the breach
which ought to ho closed
"GOT OVER," ANYWAY t
Snino strange, semi-savage land
seimed Hawaii to tho Hugo minstrels
at tho steamship wharf the morning
they arrived, when they heard the IU- J
bel of tongues about them. Its effect
on ono of tho minstrels wus to (urn '
him pessimistic Bald bo to some of
Ills companions; I
"I tell you's; some of tbeso Jokes '
nln't gwlno to git over. Cause theso
people nln't goln" to iindcrstnn 'em " .
Hut when tho joy sound to nil the-
ntrlcnl Veoplo was wafted across to
lilin ut tho opening performance, It itaa
with tho negro characteristic and op-'
tlmlstlc smite thut ho snld:
"Hum! I done tole you, theso poo
plo don't talk like us'ns, hut they lie
longs tn Uncle Sam, und they 'preel
ntes n Joke same ns any '.Merleuiis."
A conscience-stricken citizen of
Shephordstown, W. Va., who forty
years ngo used some canceled postage
stamps, has sent 10 cents tn tho fed
eral treasury to pay tho debt.
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