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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912.
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MAY 21, 1912
One thing .1 a lime, all things m succession I'hal nnci grows lust
nuficrt us rupulln; that winch grows slowly endures Disraeli.
THE BABY ACT AND THE SCHOOLS.
1 l,e action of Principal CopelaneJ. in refusing to cooperate with the com
mittee on winch he was named b llv Supervising Principals of llie public
rcliooU is ample came for llie broad minded ctiens of tins I'enitoiy to ques
tion the sincerit) of Copeland and lo determinedly frown upon the rumpus
lie is stirring up.
Copland is showing in this the same characteristics displaed in a fuss
he hid in his own school some ears apo, which nearly resulted in 1m elim
ination from the department. Since his own theories are not accepted either
b the department or his associates, he sulks and refuses lo cooperate with
the committee on which he Ins been named.
I his is neither manly nor docs it promote the welfare of the public ser
vice 111 which he finds emplomenl.
If it be found that Commissioner Aiken of Maui is in sympathy with this
ttle of action, it will be lime lo throw the whole public school question in
to the ring of politics again, politics from which the Legislature at its last
session sought lo eliminate the schools. Should this be done it will be be
cause a well-known trouble-maker in the department Ins waler-bulfaloed
Commissioners of Public Instruction And they will have the record of hav
ini! ken placid in charge of a splendid sstem and making a mess of it.
pi) though I have no doubt but that
Hawaiian sugar would bo In uoninnil
I If It liad more favored tnrirt treat
ment. I Drought In Australia.
"Australia In nl present having a
Bnvcre drought In many of tlio tendinis
I districts, especially In New South
I Wales und Queensland, and nt tint
tlmo 1 left Sidney prices of fodder
(Continued from Paeje 1) J wore ury rapidly rising, and 11 so
result In tlio nrodmilon of rleo rious condition seemed threatening.!
In Hawaii that would bo nciepted ns I'nlos rain has como since 1 left, thero
(ln Inpanese rice now Is." will be great loss of stock. Thousands
I'onsul ncncr.ll Simmons lias tlio of sheep wore aliendj being hand fed)
ability to mnke statistics 011 trade In nt great expense Atntrnlla will prob
turcstlnfc oven to n Inyniau Perhaps nbls be reiiulrcil during the next few
that's .because lie was once a tiewspa- months to mnko oitcnslvo Imports or
permnn lilmseir, and lie sees a "storj" fodder from our Pacific Const States.
In figures nnd knows how 10 tnakoTho henvj land tnx roeontl) Imposed
'hem telling. to 'bust up" the big estates Is adding
China and Japan Rich Fields. to iho dUtlcnltlefl caused by tlio
wiiii,. iimiitiiMir eo dlsiuss the dell 1 ,1., ,111.1, t nml Innds In many districts
cnto Intcrnatloiinl uuestlons Involved nru ,10,, i,rnctlenlly unsalable How-j
in China's nmerirciice from a nionnr- . OP it u .,,,1 iL..y that Auslrnlla enn
ill) Into n popular government, and nl?nin stilTer ns It did during the lS'i.l
.. .......... ... ....... ... ..n Inltnli'il nl.l . ... .1 .... I. I Hnli.n ( l...t ,.'
uoi wisiuug 10 I'uniiiiiui uii ,M,.. r, u. (irougui, as inuiu i iifi ""
tltude toward the new lepuhllc, Mr.'ami moro attention pnld to eiisllngc,
HnmniniiH believes that tin- new era ,,,i rnllrnnil facilities are better ror
means much greater trade opportunl shifting stock about"
ties Tor the l'nlted Stales aim Aincr- Labor Troubles.
lea's keen wltted businessmen Mr.' llakcr states that there Is much
I lmt the businessmen of the I'nlt-1 ( omplaliit In Australia and New Zea
ed Stntes are alive to the opportunl-, lanj of tno failure of compulsory set
tles Is provul b the gieat Increase 111 tlement of labor disputes Notwlth
the volume or Inquiries m ollleu has hanjnB the wage boards, strikes nro
received,' heremaiked ' llie Incrcaso ,erv n,im(.r,,ns. and unless Hie awnrds
Is due to ninii) mmi businessmen nro Ratisrattnry to the unions, Ihey
inriiiiiL' inunril the I'm l-nst nnd r ,,,.r,ri,sB tn nrcvent strikes An
wishing to neiiunlnt themselves with .. ,., i,)4f, ban occurred to both!
wlmt It has to offer i employers mid emplo)es in the two
"I'm,, m, tiicrp are many men on' . .,,,.. ,,. rrr, imiiiHtrlal strife esne-
the Held on the lookout for opportunl-1 cniy during the past two venrs. Mf.
. . . i . ft ... t l 4li. 1 if nml til it .. . . i ...!!.. l. I Mr. .a Alia I
ins ine i.iiBi 11 u ;"" liaKer stales cnni nunc in.- ui " ,
t'nlied States businessman will lln1 tralla nnd .New Zialand ver mticli.
It rlrlier in tlio future-' Lj n,lnk8 the people deserving of all
Will Meet Family In States. Ittood wishes on nicount of their har-,
he Consul (ieiiernl Is on his wa to (ict,,r lutclllgeiiee and patriotism, yet
the States for two months' nbsenco )ur (iwn co,n,irj ma) well lake worn
rriim the rnres of ollUe, but on up- 1)(, fr()m t)l0 It( k f success utteiidlng
count of the length of his trip will ,n01,t f t10 Bcullstle experlmelits bo
have less tlinn n month of real vnca-'j,,,, ,rit f)Ht tl(,r(. which limit the
Him cm tlio mainland llo Is going to hU,,, f private enterprise) and pre
in. et Mis Saiiiiiions In Hie States and vrllt Biiltstatiltal Industrial progress. I
will intend nlso Hie graduation of his ,rn fi(,..imM(. rnllwnvs for In
urn fiom llaivnid 'slnuce of Auslialla and Now Zealand
Consul (icfieral Saimnons numbers ,,r .,,..,1 nufavoiiilily with our
his Mends In Honolulu b) the score. , rNnteovvnnil lines, nml their develop
A iiiiinbcr of enis ngo ho fell III In meut g 8(, Hl)tt nli tbelr business of
tills city, niiving conuum-u niumiu ....i. tnominol Mil liauiri' us gieuuj
fever elsewhere, nnd was a patient at () rUnr, ,. opening up of new conn
Oiipch'h llosjillal for two months And . t0 ,,0,mintliiii
In the Interim between l'io2 and l'12 Lk Amundsen.
lie lias visiieu neio nvu iiincn. nu umi. jr ijjiK.r UUll at llounri vviien car
Ids fi lends and iiciuialntniices uro (a'n 'Aim,,M,n ri turned from the
imiiiv His Inst visit wns In l'Mi'l I .- ,. ,,,,. ,,,i ., ,imiiI Ininrpsspd
Last enr while out In the Philip Mi t10 modest v of this great cxplor
pines Mr Saniinons met W II Pub- (iJ. n l(, , aiitulti of the Aurora,
lilt assistant illiecior in inn siiKiii Amundsen h ship, on ntiiiiilng to no
plaiiteis' Inbot bureau, and today the lftl 1f,,,r uung llie expedition at
Consul (iencinl wns the guest of honor Austrnlla. briiiihlit Mr Ilalier a Iipiui
at a luncheon given at the University (fu Hp,.cK.n f Hie emperor penguin
Club by Mr llabbltl 'llie luncheon u wa(1 Ukon at KikixIiuuI, discovered
wns iiultc Infill mul niul iiiiii no siKiii" lirKn)iy b) Wilkes of tlio Uiilleil
ciinco but mat 01 irieiiui) kuuil-uhk. aiaU.H Navv, mid not since visncu.
III be given
j 1 t:m0i3jii
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We have Just received nnd Install d
III our burglar nnd llre-pioof safe (lc
posll vault mi mtitltliiiiiil supply ot
ilnubtp-tione, prlvntclcey stirt boxe5
which ve offir
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nrrordlng to sire. . t
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of Vnlunblp I'npers, Doelimi lit". 111
mirntiie Policies Jewelry, Silver, 'Ac
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tiret oii, whether lou vvlsli to rint
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EVERY PICTURE, large or small,
should have proper consideration in
raming. This you will get at
, i ,
Upsides Mr. Summons and Mr. Hahhltt Tll,H Ht0liin,.,, i,1p1i Mr Hi
there were present Acting Oovernor wlH j,m ,, u,u Mnkuiu, wll
Molt Smith, W. O. Smith. C. 11 llemen; (j 10 Sn,it1W)ia Institute
FOR THE LOVE OF HONOLULU.
Wlicn the people of this city act under the inspiration of their love for
Honolulu, there'll be no cause to worry over the multiplicity of organizations
or the work lliey arc doing.
General Macomb struck the keynote, at the dinner given to discuss a
larger oigamzntion lo include all organizations and thus improve the efli
cicnc) of community activities, when he staled thai there was need that more
should be done "for the love of Honolulu."
Let ihe right spirit prevail among ihe people at large and the only prob
lem, and that an insignificant one, vwll be to direct the splendid momentum
of a united community moving steadill and enthusiastically forward.
'1 he definition of the "right spirit" is found in a genuine love for 1 lono
lulu. Tins may be expressed by ihe man of small means who is willing to give
his time: by ihe man of large means who is willing to give money. But in
nrdcr that thu mint mav become effective and return more lhan a mere
service of the mouth, the man of large means should not assume nor should
he be recognized as giving a whit more ef his share than the man who can
contribute only lime and enthusiasm.
One of the stumbling blocks of the past has been that the dominant
forces have been inclined to the habit of domineering.
If a citizen of Honolulu has not been so fortunate in his speculations, and
investments as others, for the time be'ng. lie is sometimes wiped off the slate
of serious consideration with the comment that he is only a counter jumper,
or lie doesn't pay so much taxes as llv other fellow. He is not judged by
ihe sincerity of his motives or ihe men' of his proposals. He is simply
barred out because he is not rated with the elect.
Should this be not an exact statement of truth, it is certain that it puts
the situation as many individual citizens feel about it.
It is a worthy project indeed to endeavor to get all the elements, all ihe
men, and the women, who arc making Honolulu ihcir permanent home, work
ing together for the advancement of the city, and then to join with their fel
low citizens of the other islands and work for the general welfare of the
The movement is certain to succeed if the people of this city are ready
tu act not only now but on all future occasions "for the love of Honolulu."
If they cannot place this high ideal uppermost; if they love their money
or their little selfish ideas more than Honolulu; if they "can't stand it" to
listen lo the remarks and suggestions of the citizen who is merely a home
owner; if they can't cooperate on the common ground of plain, loyal hard
working citizenship; if they cannot do that which is obvious to the man who
is prompted by a love for 1 lonolulu, why then, of course, we shall have to
wait a while before this community can make the most of ihe grand op
iiorlumties and tremendous responsibilities that world affairs and national
progress are forcing upon it.
Let us hope and woik to the end that the love for Honolulu shall prevail.
way and Dhector Mead of tlio planters.'
Mr. Samnions called on Acting (Jiiv
riu,r Mntt-Snilth this morning llo
wns nlso escorted around town, for a
short while by Secretary II P Woodl
of tho Hawaii Promotion Committee'.1
tho services of which were placul ill
Mr. Summons' disposal.
For the Tourist,
The Consul (ionernl Is ono of the
prominent men or Ihe Consular Sen
le tenia) Ills experience In Oriental
nrTnlrs is n long one, and In Yokohama
he is uliva)H tlio "ninn on the Job" for
looking after I'nclo Sam's trade Inter
ests He Is nn admirer of Hawaii, and
belloves that Hawaii's tourist tralllc
Is destined lo bo a very largo one. That
lie thinks to the point was evident
when tills morning he maun tno sug
TO DELAY REPORT
fContlnuad from Pa 11
mot with his committee, nnd said that
ho was "not cooperating with his com
inlllee, tlinl tho other members of tho
couimittcn were working on changes
In the study course using tprm plnns
ns a basis, whereas ho was not fnnill
liu with this ptocecliiro, as no worse u
... ".'.".." ... io r ,,ncVl of. from 1 ks" While the other com
Kuniiiiu ...... . . - --- , ,,
nun an fru is. wun niirncmo nun
not It cable labels, would he a welcomo
souvenir for tho tourist and ono (hat
menus fuliiro commerce of no small
CONSUL BAKER SAYS
DANGER TO U. S.
miRiNd yaun AnsnMcn
rito.M Tin: islands wi r
pitpnrid lo inuiiUKP our estate
und look after your Interests
here You will Hud It gTeiitly
to our udwiniiiKo to place the
iimiingPiiiPiit of )nur ulTalrM with
a responsibly concern
omo nnd see us as to terms.
924 BETHEL STREET
l'lllt INSTANT COMMUNICATION
with Tin: o'rimit islands and
with ships at si:a
Thirty cne oil Men's
ntw Summer Styles just
S. 8. HAWAIIAN
These are on the newest
lasts and leathers. Patent
Leather!, Tan Calf and
Russia, Dlack Dull Calf
and Black Russia.
Comet you'll find us
busy with low prices on
good footwear as the ex
planation. GOOD, SHOE REPAIR
ING A SPECIALTY.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. Tel. 1782
... l -- t. 1.,,,..l,ll..l vt nu
nilttces were ni worn, iein-i.m
drafting :i lengthy complaint which,
im sitvs. Is from himself and Principal
Wells, und with which ho will explain
his nttltiido to tho public.
All iim other nrlnciiials, Including
tho eutlro membership of the llvo
committees nnd necessarily a number
r. n.nsn who voted with l'llnclpnl
CminUml vpsterday 111 favor of tho
I adoption of his proposed now system,1
(Continued from Psae 1) wore busy nt woik nt their desks In
"Australia and Now Zealand now re-, ,(1 gctinl0 chamber of tho Capitol
epilre .considerable Importation of su LinlltlltiK this morning,
gar," ho observes, "ns not sulllelent Is suerni n,n were In tho heat of es
produced In Queensland. Java audi ter(iliy.,, argument and sided with
Pill nro tho principal sources of sup I ,.,..... anxiously ninde the nn-
I limine ement .that "everything is bar
Imony today, and tho dove of peace Is
Two elii)s of tho present session nl
icady hnvo pussi'd, and tho announce
nient was made ill noon that tin com
mltteo would bo nblo to do heltur than
report progress up to the second giado
work. Clght grades uro In bo consld
Tho most ranlil progress so far ap
pears to havo been made by the com
mittees on numbers, languages ami
geography, Tho language committee,
whoso work Is considered probably tho
most Important of any. nnnounced that
at least tho first grade work would bo
determined by tho tlnio of tlio general
meeting at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The llist-)ear work, the members said,
wns tho most dllllctilt nml reciulreil the
most tlmo for consideration, and when
that was finished tho remainder should
make speedy pi ogress.
A letter mail from the mainland, lo
Iip lccelvcd with tho arrival of the
MalBon steamer Ilonolulnii tcimoirow
certain!). Whether this will bo due1 morning, will bo trausfericd at sin to
o lo InienMonal delay caused by the filing pos.o.l loo , launch nml convoy
Copeland faction, now consumed by a ed to Iho wharf prior to the berthing
desire to carr) Its light up to the com ui ' ""-'.
firSSZitf ta MraWl! After waiting --
rmirsn cniinot bo determined. .pending n decision ns lo tho oxtcnt of
Tat o oSta should repairs necessary to make the dredge
en 1 with n the next two days, nt most, California seaworthy, the Hod Mack
hTreVarded as reasonable. Superln- tug Hercules was dispatched for San
tendent Pope said today that tho Krnnc sco last evening without her ox
work Is not moro oxtcnslve than that peeled tow.
of last yenr. when tho onllro tlmo ta , ... . ' T ' 1lrillttIlir iino
ken up by the principals' session waB l.verjtl Ing In the prlt llnb line
only two ciaya. II n 1 1 e 1 1 n, Alnt.ru slrpt
house on Wilder Ave,
Furnished house on Wilder Ave., near I
Oahu College! $45.
Hastings St.) .
Furnished house on
four bedrooms; $100.
Tantalus residence of General Davie,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
Snobby Aw, what did )ou find out
legnrdliig aw my fanill) tieoT
Genealogist That tlio crop was u
Ilarber You nro losing your hair
Daughter You needn't bo cross
I ought It with my own money
Pathcr Where did you get It?
Daughter I sold your fur coat
"I suppose," said the beautiful girl,
veiy fast, sir; uio )ou doing iiii)lhlng ' ou vvilto for the mere lovo of writ
to save It?
Yes, I'm getting n 'ill-
rather What! nnother new diean?
"Yes," repllpd tho Bad looking popt.l
'hut 1 still liopo to soma day ho able'
to write for at least llftceu cents
Milk forms a most Im
portant item In the dietary
of children, and the utmost
care should be exercised
In providing an absolutely
pure milk and yet a milk
rich in food value.
It is such a milk as this
'hat we are furnishing our
customers. Our cowl are
n perfect health, they are
fed on rich alfalfa, nnd
every care is used to as
iuro perfect cleanliness.
ubliiiiltmiH," giving tho Inference inai
I they had mndo their light, nan iiwi.
nnd, llko" truo sportsmen, conceded
I victory mid hnd settled down to tlio
, woik laid out for them.
I'rlmlnnl .Inmcs C Davis was ono
i of these. Ho voted with tlio uopeianii
I forcps ngnlnst the present ndmlnlstrn
lilon and Is n member of Iho supervis
ing committed or which copeuinii was
Tho story of tho school wrangle, en
larged upon b) somo of the pnruei-
! pants after tho meeting, cariles n ro-
port to the effect that tleorgo S. Hay-
mil of I.nlinliin nnd Molokul. who V Cl
in,! wlili Siinorlntendont Pono ngulnst
I tho Copeland fnrtlnn, hnd been confi
dently counted upon aB n strong menu
for the "Insurgents," bo much so In
fact that ho had been expected to In
tioduco tho motion that precipitated
the dispute This, as was slnted yes
terday he railed to do. and Joined
Immlu with the administration.
'Iliongh everything on the surfneo
appeurH calm and siieno und nil
races wcai u liecliilugly "happy" smile
llmm nvlltellllv Is M lllllCll lllSCIIS'
shin mid speculation taking pluco
nmung tho principals, nml tho general
,,.iia In tin lllllt tllO lllCl
ll,llliu,l mim" - ---
ilput Is by no menus closed.
One of tho mysteries of tlio voting
much pondeied Is the stand taken b)
.1 V Mnrclel of llamnkua. Ho has ns
scried several times slnco Iho ballot
ing or ypstcrdny that he voted with
tho administration, but the stenograph
h icipoits given out then showed his
ballot caBl im the Copeland side of
Ihe oiieBtlon. Unwoven, It Is possible
Hint this Is a mistake nnd today Mai
elol was legurded as an anti Copelnud
That tho pilnelpulB session will con
llniie up to tho scheduled dntu of tho
l.diiciitlomil Commission's iiiiellng
ueM Saiutday now la retarded ns a
MnklM St 2I!ediooms $50(10
KnlmuM (Mil nnd
l'nhoii Avch . .2 " 40 Ud
llprctnnln t Sllcdroouis
I.ulialllo St a
I.iinnlllii St I
Matlock Ave 2
Jfldd St I
Knliilciiiiii Ave ....4 "
MuMlll St I
Kulihlllil mid lleilc-
ley St 4
I'illnlo Hill (4 inns.
to Oct. I) . . .1 "
Property In nil parti of the city.
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dn)S becausa of his expert knowledge
In combining medicine from roots urn
herbs to alio disease They couli
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liiu'st skilled plDsliiniiB Willi Imvi
uitttnl n,!iru' III tin. Rlllilv of illlllrs.
rroin the roots and herbs or tin
Held M dlu 12 I'lnkhum nearly forty.
)ears ago gnvu to the women or tint
world a lemecly tor remalo Ills eleemeii
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combination of drugs. Today I,)dhi)
i: Plnklutm's Vcgetnblo Compound Is!
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standard remedy for feiiKilu Ills,
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