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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10 1912. -SEMI -WEEKLY
RODEWOK O. MATID3BON
EDUCATING THE EDUCATORS.
MALJlUNIfl AND PimfcJO P15UVJ0H.
at the Postoflicc of Honolulu, U. I'.. Second-Clas matter.
Semi-Weekly Issued Tiie"1v and "Fridays.
Pot Montk ,25Ter Month. Fore'ign .88
PTmi . 3.00Per Year, Foreign "
Payable Invariably in Advance.
CHARLES S. CRANE, Manager.
BEIQHT COFFEE OUTLOOK.
Mainland ndvlccs concerning the coffee situation should be highly encouraging
to Hawaiian coITeo growers and should result in a widening of tho
ncopovof tho local coffee industry. The reports for November show that tho
world will bo dependent noxt year for a part of its coffee supply upon tho
stock stored in lirar.il. under tho valorization plan and Mint there can not.be
any falljng Oft in ih$ "price, oven should it not advance. To show that the
distributors havo no fear of a falling market any time in tho near future, it
is point od out that the October deliveries In tho United States from abroad
wero considerably above tho consumption, the totals for the month being 1,780,-380
bags, against an average of bo far for tho year, thus demonstrating
that tho importers aro laying in n surplus stock.
Tho present crop, according to the estimates, will bo' fourteen and n. half
million bags, three million below tho estimated world's consumption. Commenting
on theso figures, taking into nllowanco tho fact that a syndicate is
holding four million bags of n former crop, the American Grocer says: "It
scorns there aro no facts to warrant n drop, and none to warrant a riso unless
it is certain tbnt tho 1913-14 Brazil crop will run below tho current year's
production. And it looks that way, but it is a good denl of a guess as to
Concluding its article, tho American Grocer snys: "If the 1013-11 crops
aro 3,000,000 bags short, as now seems probable, higher prices seem incvitnblo
and must forco a rolcaso of all -valorization coffee before July 1, 1014."
OUR FOUR BILLION BUSINESS. ,
Tho foreign trade of tho United Stntei will cross tho four billion, dollar
lino in tho year which ends with this month. Its highest former record was
3C2C million dollars in 1011, and it only crossed tho threo billion dnllnr lino
for tho first timo in 1900 and tho two billion line in 1800. Imports in the
ten months of tho current year for which figures are now available in tho
statistical division of tho bureau of foreign and domestic commerce amounted
to 1511 million dollars and exports to IS71 million making it apparent that
tho imports to tho full year will approximate. 1S00 million and tho exports
2300 million, or approximately -1100 million dollars, against 3020 million in
Imports hnvo practically doubled in value Bince 1901 and exports havo
practically doubled Blnco 1901. Tho exports of domestic products, which had
never touched tho two billion lino until 1911, will in 1012 npproximnto two
and a half billion dollars, whilo tho exports of foreign merchandise during
tho year will probably fall slightly below the high record of thirty-seven and
a quarter million dollurs in 1010.
THE GOAL OF OPPORTUNITY FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT.
Based upon tho interest which has been generally excited in favor of action
by tho legislature in behalf of an elective commission form of government
for tho city of Honolulu, it now looks as though something practical in this
lino would soon become an accomplished fact. The Advertiser congratulates
tho people of this boautlful city upon tho display of public spirit which has
been shown by all classes, also upon tho harmony which has found expression
in tho general idea that what is bent for the city is what all should work for,
irrespective of party, or thoso few having axes to grind. This is a time when
tho grindstone should be put out behind tho woodpile and tied up tight to
thnt colored trouble-maker who is supposed to be over ready to be found in
The clvid federation has tnken up tho work of agitation and education in
excellent shape, whilo tho call by Governor Frear for tho organization of a
citizens' committee to take up and carry to n successful ending tho campaign
for a now city chnrtcr, means thnt Honolulu is nearer to tho goal of oppor
tunity for good government than sho hus apparently been since she became
a double city and county. There aro many varieties of tho commission gov
eminent as advocated by thoso who havo made a careful study of tho problems
involved in municipal government, and thero will undoubtedly bo n wide
diversity of opluion as to just which form best suits tho local problems of
this Island City.
Undoubtedly tho legislative commltteo of tho civic federation or of tho
special committee called by tho Governor will do much to settlo this question
Tho Advertiser has for several years been an advocate of an elective commis
sion form of government for Honolulu, and has brought tho matter before
tho people hero many times, both in its news columns and editorially, and it
lias complete confldonco in tho final solution of the problems which confront
tho law makers. It Is proh'ablo that tho best points in the various 'charters of
tho mainland will bo adapted to locnl conditions and tho whole mado ono
which tho voters of this city can most enthusiastically endorse for tho best
interests of the city.
Every little, while in vnrious ilowspapers ono reads tomething about tho
work of education in somo part of tho United States, as chronicled through
tho bureau of education at Washington: it may bo that someono of some school
in Kentucky has made an innovation in the course of study, or it mny bo an
accomplishment in tho Territory of Hawaii, where bucIi cosmopolitan probloms
confront tho teacher. All this distribution of knowledge of what is being
wqiked out by tho educators of tho youth of tho country is of tho greatest
importance and other countries aro rapidly taking advantage of what this
country is doing and also establishing similar headquarters for information
in this subject,
Canadian educn'tors, particularly, are impressed with tho facilities for educational
information in tho United States. Dr. Dnvid Soloan, principal of tho
Nova Scotia Normal School, considers tho Federal Bureau of Education at
Washington one of tho best and readiest sources of information about tho
schools of Canada.
Doctor Soloan is not tho first educntor who 1ms jmlil tribute to tho wisdom
'of congress lit providing a central bureau for tho diffusion of educational in
formation, but as ftu expert on education his opinion deserves to bo quoted.
After speaking 'of the history of education in the United States as "illustrious"
and describing the port tho government, through its bureau of education,
bin. played, ho nayst
"it has unveil uncalculiiti'd millions to rducntiimfil rfTort merely through
its punctual word of each nnd every pdiirntional enterprise, every attempted
reform, every ImllUibuil Initiative, It Iuih prevented duplication of experiment,
reported (tducntlnnul projtreM In foreign countries, sifted stuiittlri, and
from roulllctliiK renoiU gathered the fncti the leader of education in America
needed to b mUflod of."
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Caldwell's occupation, a rond is a road, whether in Honolulu, Florida or Southern
California, nnd to build it properly requires tho same qualifications in one
placo as the other. Honolulu by this time should hnvo outgrown its idea that
malihinis can teach it nothing, whilo in this particular case tho one referred
to as n "mallhini" has owned more Honolulu property for several years than
nine-tenths of those whose names appear upon the votcis' list.
THE NEEDS OF THE NAVY.
Thrco dreadnoughts, two battleship-cruisers, sixteen destroyers, six submarines,
two gunboats nnd a fleet of auxiliaries, to include transports, sopply
ships, tugs, tenders and a drydock aro what Secretary Meyer asks for the
Navy for tho coming year, Ho lays stress upon tho necessity for tho battleship-cruisers,
swift ships for tho first line of defense, but wants battleships first,
and quotes, in his report just submitted to congress, from the naval general
board, tho following:
"The United States has no vcssols of this type. They have a military
value not possible to obtain from other types or combination of types. To
further neglect their necessity is to deliborately weaken our naval strength,
I'lio paramount need of tho Navy is, however, for .battleships, and the Board
Iocs not recommend any modification of tho building program by which
in buildingjs given. to. battlq cruisers or other-fleet units, and auxiliaries,
.vliich will interfere with the ultimate battleship strength."
Secretary Meyer ' expresses skepticism as to the abolition of war in tho
near future. Wars come with little or no warning, he Bays, nnd only by tho
tiosscssioii of an efficient fleet of adequate size will the country bo snfc from
tttnek and free to work out its own destiny in peace and without hlnderance.
"The history of all times, Including the present, shows tho futility and
danger of trusting to! the good will and fair dealing, and oven to tl e most
binding treaties between nations for the protection of a nation's
overeign rights and intercuts," ho says, "and without doubt the timo is
when a comparatively unarmed and helpless nation may bo reasonably
free from attack by ambitious, well-armed powers, especially in a commercial
ige, such as the present. Tho economical system of a great commercial nation
is so delicately balanced thnt even a thrent of war is very disturbing and
harmful whilo a war with nny other great power would causo incalculable
"To nvoid war and insuro penco the country must bo prepared for war.
N'o person of intelligence who has studied international policies can bo blind
to the fact thnt the possession of great wealth, resources and population, doci
lint carry with it immunity from attack should the nation's interests clash
ivith thotc of another better prepared."
The opening of tho Panama Canal will in no sense double the American
licet, according to Secretary Meyer. While it will increase its efficiency by
facilitating Its passage from one coast to the other, this condition has been
fully considered in calculating tho naval program. Without tho cnnnl, says
Secretary Meyer, experts figure thnt the United States would need a fleet
double thnt of a country whose coast line is continuous.
The secretary estimates that a total of battleships, with a proportional
number of other fighting and 'auxiliary vessels, is the least that would
place this country on n safe basis in its relations with other world powers.
This fleet should bo secured nB soori, as practicable, ho said, and its strength
should bo maintained by replacing obsolete vessels with new ones by a uniform
annual progrnm. Whilo tho navy department would welcome nlore torpedo
boats and submarines, tho secretary expresses the belief thnt until more of
the old battleships arc replaced it is wiser to build battleships than smaller
Aeroplane equipment is entirely inndcnunto at tho present time, according
to Secretary Meyer. He points out thnt while the United States spent only
$140,000 for this purpose last year, Japan spent $000,000 nnd five European
nations spent individual sums ranging from $2,000,000 to $0,000,000 tho lat
ter being the expenditure of France. Secretary Meyer says thero should bo
no limitation upon tho progressive development of naval aviation.
He rccommcads the creation of a naval reserve of about 50,000 men, 23,000
to be secured from the honorably discharged men of tho navy, tho naval militia,
and various mechanical trades of civil life; tho other 25,000 from among sailors
of the fnerchnnt marine.
Tho United States must havo a bigger navy and must be prepared to meet
any chance of war, if it is to prcscrvo its national safety, is tho secretary's
summing up of tho situation. International penco has been brought no ncaror,
ho declares, bo far as a limitation of armament is concerned. To guard Us
coast and protect its commercial activities tiio United States needs n permanent
navy of cnpital shipB battleships and battle-cruisers. Tho present
strength of tho navy in battleships is about thirty-three, but 4 ships will
soon be retired as obsolete.
DENIED Iff UNI IN
Officers of Iron Workers' Organi
zation Testify in Famous
(Jly Federal Wirclni TelegTnph,)
JNDIAXAPOMS, Indiana, December
9. (Special to Tho -Advertiser) Vehe
ment denial ot knowicugo ot any dyna
GRUEL HEPDRT OF
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vyjll bo carried out, and nny contribui.
tions trom tno colonics will prooarjly bo
used to build ships for service in tho
waters of tho colony from which tho
TUG FDR FIGHT
(By Federal Wlrelrsi Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, December 9. iSpccial to
Tho Advertiser) Eddie Murpliv, of
Boston, started active training hero to
day for a battlo with Packoy McFar
mito consnirncv within tho ranks of land, scheduled for December 1C, at
their organization, was voiced from tho Kenosha, Wisconsin. MeFnrlund also
witness stand here today ly deleiidnnts j ueguii i mining louay. iiom men are in
Charles W. Wnchnieister and Frank J. lino condition.
Murphv, of Detroit, officials of the In. I
tcrnntionni Ast,ociaiion oi uriugc ami ninTlirn IIIIIITr linnr
Structural Iron Workers, at the trial of l AM ULU W L U UL
tho union men charged with illegally iftllU I IILII BY II ML IIUIL
Murphy nlso denied thnt lie had beard
of ii reported "kitty'' to finance Detroit
Attorneys for the Pacific Coast defendants
do not belicvo tho government
hns produced sufficient testimony
against Olaf A. Tvcitmoc, and say tho
Snn Francisco man may not take the
C, K. Clancy, of San Francisco, it was
stated, vould testify in his own belfalf,
but not until tho testimony of most of
the Eastern defendants have been completed.
IUy Ptdfral Wirrlrti Trtetraph.)
LOS ANGELES, December 9.
to Tho Advertiser) Frank Moran.
tho Pittsburgh heavyweight, has joined
tho brigade of "white hopes" wintering
in Los Angeles, with the hopo of becoming
involved in tho heavyweight
Bcramblo being staged by Promoter Mc-
uiroy. lie sees n good mntcli hero with
McCarty and Vlynii,
V.8HIMI'IX)N, Decumliei H.
to Tho Advertiser) Tuft
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upon being Informed of the circum
stances, take this view of the matter.
No Occasion to Worry.
Meanwhile thero is no occasion for
either tho Governor or the Secretary to
worry, uven should the senate fall to
confirm their appointment, TUo Or
tlio end oi tho session of tho senate mi
Bad Backs Mado Strong Kidney Ilia
All over Honolulu you hear H
keeping up tho good work, curing weak
kldnevs, driving awuy bucKucnu, correcting
urinary ills. Honolulu peoplo
are telling about it tolHin; of bnd
backs sound again. You can believe
tho testimony of your own
They tell it for tho benefit of you
who are suffering. If your back aches,
if you feel lame, soro and miserable.
If tho kidneys act too frequently, or
imaaugcs are patntui, scanty and on
ganic Act provides in each caso that, i color, uso Dean's Backache Kidney
"ho shall hold office for four years
ana until lus successor shall be appointed
and qualified, unless sooner
by 'tho President."
If tho Governor and tho Secretary
had received recess appointments the
caso would have been different for tho
Constitution of tho United States provides
that such appointments expire at
Pills, tho remedy that has helped so
many of your friends and neighbors.
Follow this Honolulu citizen's ndvlco
and give Doan's a chance to do tho
same for you.
. T. White, Pear) Citv, Oahu, Honolulu,
Hawaii, says: "i am ninety-two
years of age und suffered from
backache and kidney dlsenso for 'eight "
years. I hnvo given Doan's Backache"
medtntely following the recess in which Kidney Pills a fair trial nnd hvn boon
they wore mado. so greatly benefited that I cheerfully
As neither the Governor or the See recommend them to other kldnoy
rotary hnvo such short 'term fcrcrs."
slons, they will in caso "the senate Do.in's Baeknche Kidney Pills are
should fail to confirm, Ydntinuo In oflico sold by all druggists and storeckceriors
until President Wilson names their sue- nt 50 cents per box (six boxes $2 SO)
cessors, which event, it is said, will or will be mailed on receipt of price
scarcely be possible or probablo beforo by tho Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu
noxt September. wholesale agents for tho Hawaiian 11-
the Democrats against tho nlienation Remember tho name Doan's nnd
- -- 'fc.v.fcv ia iuiui.u.i:u ," taihu no BUOSllIUtO.
man nuvicei irom The Auvertibcr's
Washington correspondent. Ho says:
Patronage for Democrats.
"The great ovcrtowering topic for
the moment seems to be federal patronage.
Hardly a day passes that somo
Democratic patriot doci not break into
tho local prints with a passionnto outburst
about the injustice of allowing
Republicans to hold oflico after that
led-letter dny in the pnrty calendar
March the fourth. Do not blamo the
Democratic congressman over much for
his zeal in demandinc fourth class
MISTLETOE IS CHEAP.
NEW YORK, December 8. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A carpet of snow
is on tho way from the valley of tho
St. Lawrenco to bo laid over New York
for Kris Kringlo on Christmas, so tho
local weather bureau says. Mistletoe
has never bpen so cheap and with
plenty of Christmas wishes it is
there -will bo a bumper crop of May
brides noxt spring.
postmasters una otner reiicrni places. pniMCC
He ought to be sufficiently high-minded UlVltb (J Llhfc IN COFFIN
to resist, but the pressure upon him is SULLIVAN. Wisconsin. Hwiml,.
unprecedented. Brought to lifo by a runaway nftor
'"llio Southern Democrat is eater- two days' residence in a coffin was tho
wnuling most loudly nt this juncture unexpected result (of Mike Scoficld's
and with excuse. It hag long been gall trip in a hearse,
and wormwood politically to Southern "Dead!"
folks to havo their mail taken care of That the vordict of Coroner Hix's
by Republicans. Thero is an unpleasant hastily-assembled jury was in accord-social
clement in their postal nnco with tho facts was tho opinion of
osophy. It hns been repressed some- thoso who had throngod in front of tho
what in tho recent years of Republican local undertaking establishment on No-supremacy
but now that a Democratic vember 5, when Scofield, a laborer fell
President is coming in a Southern, apparently lifeless to tho pavement,
born man, toc tho cry of their hearts Tho body was placed in tho
is lor postmasters, internal revenue mary pine box. A few days later tho
collectors and deputies, district coffin was placed in a hearse for
neys and so on of their own kind. portation to tho potters' field. Tho roar
"And already Southern .congressmen and rumble of a train as it rushed past
are springing fiorcely to the proposition tho hearso frightened thd horses, and
of ripping tho blanket of civil service instantly the driver, hearse and coffin
off tho fourth-class postmasters. They wcro rattling over tho road,
aro condemning President Taft for put- Scofield, aroused from an extended
ting these Southern postmasters under period of suspended animation as tho
tho civil servico recently, and urging hearso went cavorting over ruts and
that President Wilson, as soon as he stones, gave voice to a thoroughly Jivo
gets tho authority, Buspcnd the. order, man's phrase ns the coffin was dumped
even as President Harbison suspended into n ditch and cover broken off.
a.'sonjewhat similar civil servico order Scofield caught the horses, patched
made by President Cleveland. Tho up their driver, nnd assisted him back
South is very determined upon having a to this village
few cuts of pio very early in tho ad- .
fflaKWSS: P0TATO ROWERS COMBINE
open, there can bo no question about TO KEEP UP PRICES
tho terrific rush. Tho spectacle of what LODI, California, December 1. The
would happen is likely to deter Lodi section now has an Oriental trust
dent Wilson. composed of Chinese and Japanese far-
Many Long Tenners. mers representing 55,000 acres of land
"Probably ninety per cent, of all west of this city. The purpose of the
federal officials,- nominated by tho jomuinntion is to ux a minimum price
icient anit connrmeu by tho sonato, navo '"'. i""--" """" " "'"; " i'""1'
commissions that will not expire beforo H ls estimated that it costs from 60 to
1914. This is not from any political de- 8-, .c,eni to Krow- j Bck, of potatoes,
Bign. Presidents have such a burden while at present tho tubers are retail-
Of patronago problems that timo is re- ,n? nt .0 ecnt,s .? Tho bylaws,
ouired in tho solution thereof. As in- '"" "" '. """""" " ";" incumbents
hold on till their successors ten ,n Chinese and translated into Jap-qualify,
it has happened under aneso ami English, approved by the
lican administrations of tho last six- C?ns"'.a of 9," a"a -Tap, at San
teen years that very many men havo froneneo. Hundreds of copiei havo
served considerably more than f distributed to the growers nnd
j ears. Consequently the dates of tho ,'"'i?,"n men. The present low prices
new commissions were moved lorwnrd. . .. ' . . ..' . "v.;"""1"-"""'
ns must bo done, to the timo that the
senate voted confirmation.
"Now shall Democrats cut this pro
cess short, oust encumbents forthwith,
ond put their own men in, having
thnt nt least four years of service
is ahead of themt It is rutnorcjl
from Bermuda that Mr. Wilson feels
given relief. Unless the fpoils are
turned over to the victors right away
which U unlikely tho to this
method will be vorv General? The head
men of Mr. rievolaiul's ndiululHtratlon
found their time much occupied with
such coses.1 '
nnd it will be the aim of tho association
to reduce the acreigo of potatoes
by planting other vegetables.
WiiiiJ if rF w
REGAINS SPEECH AFTER
OPERATION ON SKULL
NEW YORK. Docember 1. Amontr
disposed to lot senators ond wonders, of surgery seer, hero by tho
2600 members of the clinical
tives do as they think best nbout this concrcss
as far as pertains to tho offices filled wns ,nn Pcr"tlon : t!,at laa a T-sing
ordinarily ly their endorsement, and fcyelopment. Devi t
that he will follow Ms own judgment -,-". ""- - - -
nbout gcnoral patronage. Democrats years oft jAnt, ' ;
operation was performed in tbe
aro praying fervently proves
true.1 In that event there would bo Swedish hospital, Brooklyn. B i
mighty few Republican postmasters in . . ' "?'?;, ;, !LM !!
the Bouth wlio would snrvive tno nrst " ,." ,; ; -- --
administration, month, m reaching vocal expression,
sixty days of tho Wilson
"It is confidently expected that the and bore was a lad trying,,) chatter
campaign for patronago will bo attend- J""1 inK faf headway at it almostr
ed with thousands of complaints against immediately operation.
Republican official. Woe to those who Abont three o clock in tl o morning
are unpopular in tf.elr own tho boy star led the night nurso in his
ItioH. Tho mails to Washington will be ward by exclaiming:
burdened nnd tho department files will ' o.Pn 1 ,,,
St. John's i ..ii.. car w.
Kpeedily be filled with letters, urging A place
that lone suuerinir constituencies :"-
Beforo the onorntlon the boy's vo
cabulary was limited to ''mother," pronounced
bv him "niuibeo" and "good-by,"
which he spoko correctly.
A ilepreMlon of the skull which
the brnln eonter of speech wan
removed bv the operation.
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