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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 19)2. I
E V E N NO R U h LETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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Per cnr .nit l In I' H ".IMI
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aim promised infimlc power to Kurk,
fairly and squarely I have found that the
" 1 lie news from Chicago received bj
', kinson is interesting, and not altogether
that National Committeeman Holstcin
standing by President Taft. and als-j
would keep right on supporting President Taft. Mr. Atkinson is a good
reporter and vc arc mighty glad tp Imc turn at the front, but he is just
enough in the political game to cause n feeling of r'grcl that he didn't men
don the name of the man who made the speech at the public meeting. It is
certainly a warm session in Chicago aid Bulletin readers arc fortun
ate in baring such a good representative to keep them in touch with what is
Principal C. V. Baldwin in a statement rcienll m.idc, declares that the
course. of lbs Commissioners of Publi Instruction is menacing the whole
public school 3stem of the Tcrritor) Mr. Baldwin is right. The ulti
mate result of the line of action taken by the Commissioners is lo throw
the public schools into county control While some phases of such con
trol might not be bad, the Commissioners arc striking at the most vital fac
tor, the course of study, which should, whatever happens, be under one cen
tral authority. If the whole public school system were decentralized, the
one item of all others which should rciiain under the direction and domina
tion of the Superintendent of Public Instruction is the course of study. It
is most unfortunate therefore lint the Commissioners should slr.kc off on a
langent marked out for them by one whose reputation for getting into dif
ficulties goes back some cars
n- , EDUCATED UAWAIIANS MAKE GOOD.
No more convincing argument for the work of the Kamchamcha schools
can be advanced than that embodied in figures cited by E. Faxon Bishop,
of the board of trustees, at the alumni dinner a few nights ago.
Taking the records of the 261 graduates of the School for Boys, Mr.
Bishop showed that the graduatcs.ars now employed as follows: In
'-mechanical positions, 63; clerks, bool keepers, office. 50; deceased, 20;
teachers, 18; in agriculture, 17; muse; 10; postofficc, 9; students, 9;
Rapid Transit, 7; iwhcc positions, 7; sheriffs, 6; architects, 6; customhouse.
road work, 4; do not know, 4; army
ilitors, 2, stevedores, 2; Board of Health, 2; dayaborcrs, 2; ticket agents.
superintendent receiving station, I ,
I ister, I; lighthouse keeper, I; store manager, I; Nalihi camp, I.
Analysis of these figures proves bejond question that the school is fitting
younivmen for efficient life-work ard
liiorcovcr? tfiat the factor of education
Ivho has it, that he has a percentage cf
latcd man, and is abundint disproof
less disparagers tint "an educated Hawaiian won't woik."
Of the 261 graduates comparatively few are in positions that they owe
to political activity. The majority have won their advancement in life by
Kintclligcnce and industry. Agriculture has called seventeen, who have been
Successful enough in tilling the soil lo adopt it as their profession. Office
Repositions claim fifty, and eighteen arc teachers. Two editors are num
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uereci among ramcnamcn- ginuujtc?, aiiu iiy-um:c uic m iiiciiitiniiii
positions demanding continuous apphcition such as lazy rr.cn will not under-
go. Nine have co'ntmued tljejVsludics to fit themselves for even better
Perhaps the most significant figure m Mr. Bishop's list is the "do not
know, 4." Out of 261 eradiates, only four nave not made their mark
enough to stand in the records. Perhips even these have made good, but
ftMi.ivi. nnn. Iminnrt thr, school's svstem in keeninu tab nn those who leave
it doors. Few schools can point to such a low percentage of graduates who
have not maintained relationships with their alma mater.
I'his record is more than creditable,
be proud of the schools even on the
FAUTOMOBILE EXPORTS OF THE.
llNlItU MA I Lb AINU U 111 til
I PUniHT! rilllMTDII-'Q
LLilUllIU UUUI1 1 I1II.U.
Twenty thousand nutoniobllci. will
oxnon reumi or inr- Milieu
'Sliitos III tin llsi.il year which endx
with tho present month, and thilr
Miluo, liicliidltiK paits rind rtccesmiieviti(.y from marhlnes under tho head
will approximate S27 OOO.UOO This
InltnMrfi TlinV il,l KIlV Htllf II Klndn
. .v,.vv ...v, ....-
f grain of Indigo will color u ton of wa
s, Tatrlco Ynu don't Hiipposo that Is
K Vhy this milK IH so piuo, no you:
f "Aro tho pink curtains up In tho
"Illuo ribbons on tho utoucllu?" ,
"Yea, sir." ,
'l'criuino on tho ballots?
Per Sl Months if .311
IVr e.ir, mi where In V S .1.(10
Per Year, ntowlurc In Canada 1.80
Per tni r. ioatiihl, foielKn . . 2.0(1
knitted .1 !- Pontoltltf nt Hmmn lo
t urtnnri.rlajti mtttrr
JUNE 13, 1912
and whenever have trusted it
promise n-n true E. E. Hale.
llie Bulletin llirougli Mr. At-
surprising. It was to be supposed
might I c called several names for
to be supposed that Mr. Holstcin
and navy, 3; drivers, 3; law, 2;
undertaker, I ; teller in bank, I ; min-
for service to Hawaii. It shows.
counts heavily in favor of the man
concrete advantage over the unedu-
of the assertion advanced by thought
it is splendid. Hawaii may well
bans of these uncmbroidcrcd figures.
stntcmmit Ik iiPiPRRnilly in wry round
. tnrniH fnr Mm Itnrit'iii nf Ktiitluttnu
nipnu whnho llRUron tin, i-ntlnmtn Ih
li.iscd, hits at prcHcnt detailed llRiiren
I imi'rlnpc hut 10 mouths
nearly 17,000 iiutomobllcB
CMnnrtril to fnrnlcu (ountrirs hi tho
I0 monl18 eI1K wn, Al,rll valle(1
at lh, million dollars, imrts thereof
ay, million dollars, tires, sent hop.u-
ni exnorts of ruhhor manufactures,
"Ych hIi "
'"lea IIxIiirb ready tn htio'"
"Vos. sir "
"Then tho polls aro now open '
Thron Ilttln IntH Rnl lipfltiln lipr nn
,mn uiHn uml turn n lilt , ilil.tr ,,,, ,)..'
other. "Aro Iheso nur children, ma
dam," asked tho conductor, ns hn ool
lected tho faro, "or Is It a picnic?"
"Thoy ate my children," sho an
swerod, with a weary look, "and It Is
over two million, and uutomobllo en-
kIiich two-thirds of u million dollars,
making .a total for the ten moutlm ot
prnctlcall twenty-two million dollars
and fully Justlfjlnr; the nxscrtlon that
Tor tlm full twelve months the total
will approximate and prolinhly exceed
$27,000,000 Thin llRiire InctudcH only
the cxpciotn tn foreign countries and
Is exclusive of the 900 machines' netit
tit our noncontiguous territory valued
ill about fl.r.00,000 I
Thla total of $27,000,000 worth nl
automobiles sent out of the country
In l!U'.' Is In marked contrast with the
figures of a decade ago, 1002, which,
h the way, mis the first cnr In
which the llureail of Statistics found
the expoits of automobiles of sultl
c lent Importnneo in Justify a separate
leeord, the total for that jear heliiR a
llttt" less than $1,000,000, as ngalust
$27,000,000 ton years later.
The growth In exports of nutonio
bllci from the I'nlted States has been
especially mnrked during the period
since 1!I05, this growth being coinci
dent with the expansion of the domes
tic Industry and a corresponding de
crease In Imports of automobiles I
Thus In the period from 180D to P.I0I
the value of domestic mnnufmtures
of this class of articles Incrensed
about twenty-nvo million dollars, from
nvo million dollars In 1800 to thirty
million In lflol, nil Increnso of 2." ml
lion dollars? while In the perlmlfrom'
1001 to 11)00 the value of the niltrnil
Increased practically 220 million dol
lars, from thirty million ilollnrsx In
l!)ol to two hundred unit forty-nine
million In 1009 Acconiinning this
notable growth in production the lm-l(
ports of automobiles decreased from
four and one-quiirler million dollars
In 190C and four and three-ipinrtcr,
millions In 1907 to approximately two
and one-half million dollars In 1912 ,
While PrJmc still leads the 'world
In exports of automobiles, the I'niled
States surpasses that anil all other
countries in rapidity of growth of pro
duction and exportation Kor exam
ple, our own exports of that class ot
articles have Increased from $r,,000,
000 In the calendar ear 190S to nenr
l $211,000,000 In 1911; while In the
ramie period those of Kranco Increas
ed from $24,600,000 to $31,700,000;
those of the United Kingdom, from
$7,00,000 to $l5,r,00,000; those of Ger
many fiom $3,000,000 to $11,000,000;
and those of Italy from $r.,.r,00,000 to
$(1,100,000 Thus In the brief threc
juir period from 1908 to 1911 there
there was nn absolute gain of about
$l.",000.000. or :ti)0 per cent. In exports
from Iho United States; of $7,900,00(1,
or over 100 per cent, in thoso from
tho United Kingdom; of $8,000,000, or
2GC per cent. In thoso from Germany;
and of $000,000, or sllghtl) more than
10 per cent. In those from ltal
Approximately 2.', per rent of the
automobiles exported from the United
States aro shipped lo Canada; nbout
10 per cent tn Kuropo, chlelly lireul
Ilrllaln; about 20 per icnt to llrltlsh
Australia, about S per tent to South
America; and smaller proportions to
Mexico, tho West Indies, and various
countries In Asia, Oceania, and Africa
During the ten months ending with
April, the latest period for which fig
ures of distribution are avallnble in
the llureail of Statistics, 1,710 automo
biles were exported to tho United
Kingdom, 1,121 to Canada, 3,031 to
llrltlsh Oceania, 1,282 tn South Amer
ica, 819 to Asia, and other Oceanic;
and 1.302 to all other foreign coun
tries Thero were nleo shipped, dur
ing tho same period, 410 automobiles
to the Territory ot Hnvvull, 342 to Por
to HIco, and 11 to Alaska.
milk thnt Is puro) milk
that li rich) milk that li
wholeomo milk that ll
food in health and medi
cine in Icknesn milk that
comes from absolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who care to investigate.
That is the kind of milk
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus . . , . . 3 $40.00
KalmuW, 8th Avenue ? '40.00
Kalia Road 2 2500
Qullck Avenue .'...2 2500
Klnnu sWt ' . i . . .'3 60.60
Kahala Beach 2 105.00
Puunul Street ..'. ,...3 60.00
Nuu'anu 8treet .' 6 75 00
Kalakaua Avenue J. ..3 37.50
Pacific Helghti I. ..5 10000
Beretanla Street; '.'. .4 75.00
Walplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue t.,.6 5000
Wilder Avenuo i...6 200C
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street 2 22.50
King Street .'.2 20.00
Alewa Heights 2 2000
Lunalilo Street 3 30 00
KalmuW, Maunatoa Avenue 2 27.50
Beckley and Kalihi Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street 3 35 00
Alakca Street 3 40.00
Kalli Avenue 2 .1800
Maumao 1...See book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa Road 3 4000
12th Avenue, KalmuW . . 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu 8treet . I-.-2 2500
'YoVfcg Street 4 18.00
Pavlaa Lane . ., 2 18.00
Mt'gazlne Street ' , 3 22.50
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TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
For a Wedding Present,
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
Of the autninnbllra imported Into
tho United Slatcsi Franco supplies
uhnut one-half Of the 84.1 machines
Imported durlnr; the lb months ending
with April, H30 wore from Franco, 170
Large terraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna Rise $500 and up.
Story and half house on Kinau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dmingroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Makikl Street ,. 2 Bedrooms $5000
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 " 50.00
Keeaumoku Street 2 " 50.00
Pllkol Street, near King ..., 3 Bedrooms $3000
Kalihi Road and Beckley Street 4 " 35.00
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1 ' "
Kalaktua Avenue 4 '' 45 00
Judd Stroet 3 " 50.00
Matlock Avenue 2 " 27.50
Lunalilo Street . 3 ' 3000
Lunalilo Street ... , 3 " 35 00
Beretanla Street., 3 " 27.50
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
f loin tho United Kingdom, lit. from
Italy, 10S from Germany, and 113 from
all other countries.
Tho full In oxport prlco of automo
biles Is an especially striking; feature
of tho llureail of Statistics' llRiirei.
Tl.ey show an average valuation for
all automobiles exported In 1909 of
$1,S00 each and In 1DI2, of $flS0, Iho
HcniRo export prlco In 1912 behiR
thus but a little more than ono-hnlf
that of 1909. This remurkablo fall lu
tho acraKO aluatlon nf tho iiutnmo
biles exported Is due In part to a Ken-
era 1 reduction In the selllni; price of
automobiles during the period In
fiucstlon, u disposition on the part of
manufacturers to rcduco the prlco of
the machines to meet popular demand
hut more especially to tho fart that
largo numbers of partially used, or
"second-liand" machines, aro In re
cent j ears being exported to Canaoa,
Mexico, kind the West Indies, thus re
ducing the ncragc valuation of the
ehtlre number exported.
Two Cottages, Kalihi $1800
Cottage, Harbottlo Lane 2000 .
Cottage, Harbottle Lan 1200
Cottage, Harbottlo Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 q. It 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo 1000
2-Bedroom HouseAnapunl Street 4500
3-Bedroom Home, Pllkol 8tret , 4750
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street ,...2850 .
Lot on Young Street, 12981 q, ft 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus. '
Furnished House, Hnstlngt Stroet.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue 45
Cottage, Manoa (threo months) 50
Tantalus Residence of General Davis.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
All Organizations con
templating taking part
Fourth of July
will please notify De-
, , -. , -
puty Grand Marshal
Norman' B. Courtney of
such fact as soon as
Address all communications
Deputy Grand Marshal,
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of Jul Committee Head
Hawaiian Trust TCo. Btdg., 2nd Floor
A. M. BROWN,
Householders are requested to
start at oncp by cleaning their
yards and disposing of all rub
bish. Particular attontion is called
to disposing of MANGOES.
These should bo collected and
OAHU CENTRAL IMPROVE
MENT COMMITTEE. St
Drastic Regulation for Steamers.
WASHINGTON, I). l Juno r, -DiuKtlc
ili.niRoH In tho American recti
InlioiiH for tho protection of life at
Ken, Imped on leuboiiH diimn fiom Iho
Titanic illxnslcr, uro about to ho In
sued li Secretary of tho Department
of Commerce and Labor NukoI.
Tho reKulntlons contnnplnto com
lolllni; i raft In Iho coiistulso and lnko
trafllc, which In their uhiiuI coumo ko
ns Inr iik twenty mlle from land, to
cqmply with tho rcKulatlnns for ocean
foliiis eBsel8 lu the matter of proviil
liiK lifobontH Biilllcleiit for all on
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broken surface? no conspicuous
lines ccmenlinc done away with
no clouding and no lodging
places for dust and dirt. H
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