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V 4 : .... FOUR HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, MONDAY, DEC. 22, 1913. , Miss Deaxt and Miss Cunningham; iT. NEW-RECORD FOR mi 4 M. C A. Boys' Club. r Btrttanla Street and Punahou DUtHct. T. W. C JL group led by Mrs. E3sa -Howard. , . I Y M fl A fink L INCOMING MAIL SET (Continued from paga ona) i f SYcH. ALLEN EDITOR 'ONDA.'.; .V. , :r DECEMBER 22, 1913 tmtii they rwrfnizc rnuniclpai sovernnient, cut dbfnt''the',6rerhead charges, cut off the needless coats and learn failure or only & mediocre success in private business is not likely to te any more of a success in public of fice. -:-t. , Thal U thig galaries, reduce their operating ' ouihigacqiwintdn . the lesson that the man who is a I HA17AI1 AKD THE CUHREKCT BILL The SJar-BuUetin invite free and frank discussion Jii Jhls column on' all legitimate subjects' of current Interest Communication are constantly re ceived to which no signature is at tached. This paper will treat as con fidential signatures to letters if the writeii t so , desire, but cannot give space td-anonymous coxnxnuni cations. A SCHOOL CELEBRATION. J 8o long as Americans are willing to let their cities, be governed, by the accidents of politics, A striking illustration of the helplessness of UVaii tinder the. present nationalladministra- n is afforded by the passage, of , the currency the - cities: will probably be badly run. For a II without the inclusion ot this etoJn1tV'n'pay Honolulu, the city mana v isions. - - Accord tag , id latest" reports from gership idea should at least be given a trial. It .:rNhinon,ralTammeni o;thc'rarrency bill ifan.be 'no more costly; it can be no more un t later bepassed or 'the national; banks iaeldy. islands must go out of business. i Until then let's give the board of supervisors it cannot be said thdt Jhe senate; committee an e outer my omcuus banking and currency oa ; s. v J renney recK, ou tne First national :lr flnrpnrvl fwafnro'-fit rritriiffoo orirl'rviowwl J :i possession of all the knowledge needed. His the maximum of co- BASEBALL : cnents before the' committee were clear and The regular baseball season and rtne extra cise land; marked witb nothing but good feeK baseball seasoti being over, it is now time for the . Yet the committee paid n6 nibre atten tion IV 0503 season to beginio be followed Hawaii afterward, so I far as 'we can Kearny "the; extra special season. Then the pre-sea-i if this territory were nonsfcntAlasl tyM be :he other hand, rweivw attention from all time for the regular season again. All of which w The reason,-b? cc2,fis thaVUie and. thousands of nt of Alaska has bwome anatibnarrlit 5ue and every artyjs striving 1 to realize on ninipthe orthera uncertain-re-house." P': .V:? v ?f v;; ties... Even the end of the post-season series es- it conscious enmity thaVis'r terday demonstrates this. Two teams necland. : pc ated blows that are! dealt at Hawaii's " neckJn the J??J? t ?f a in come up to he final -.rial integrity? ' We hope ndt; we! trust! Mh" Vfei of four played, e Mievo not More likdy it is merely l!:e general schem6 of legislation forwarded! scorvof 19 to 0 J Truly,4)asebali is fruitful of : v.bly (by-an able and fotTcfiQl president .snrprises.- Ixmg may it wave, good, bad and m- r 'nnTI nminf -nf fMa' m'wl.To?fU fAii different ! ' - ; : - Hut the effect is nonetheless harmful and , ; " r r a - U : lJl--- . ".: - - -i " , : ; v il toHawaiL.;- : ;':;' r p. KLiSiAHN. an official : of ' a . ' ' ! . ' ' .;;--:::'-r . ::V"r-; ' v v- ihlppins; company, t' Honolulu, is at re seems every intention. on the part -of, vV .T : , - , . - - the,Baiievue,s.'pExchange: - v le2tlera"t6 Vee that ni" amendment or othrP" cnientiiy ()vor.ight or conscious act by whicli H national banks will be force& out ore n For those Jnfpntions we ir te luch more grateful would we be fort-45 :?vT-nf. , . Dec. 19. 1913. Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Sir:- The Central grammar school today . was a , . cene of festivity, joy and gladness; beginning. and a foretaste ot Christma itself. They hot only' had a Christmas tree but bad 'a grab bag in-every class, filled with: the most wonderful fun provoking toys eyefi teexL There were toys of every description and , of all colors and the most unique and of the most wonderful design, which amazed and surprised the , children beyond measure. Tpsay that (they, were de lighted .with those , fun-provoking toys but, faintly expresses their Joy and gladness : , ),. Indeed .it. was a sight of puTe un adulterated joy. to see them and to see their bright, eger: ' smiling ycung faces wreathed in smiles and' lighted up with pleasure such as only chil dren can know. ' ' For once they were permitted to make all the noise they wished and as these toys took the form of about everything on earth, and produced abcut every sound known to man, there was truly some noise. The exercises, too, were all-beautifully dene, and many of them being exceptionally well done, and the whole performance was a credit to the teach ers and children and to the principal of this school. Not the least pleasure was the sight of so many beautiful children, alt of whom were beautifully dressed, and in the distance looked like a varigated garden of beautiful flowers. No one who has any love of the beautiful, or a love for learning or knowledge should fail to see these-exercises of tho pub lic schools. The beauty of the draw ing and ' lettering displayed upon the blackboard is alone worth seeing, to say nothing of the many other inter esting: things they do. But, the best of all. Is to see the kindly manner in which the children are taught, and which is in marked contrast to the harsh way in ' which ' we were taught in the 'old days. " Love in place of cruelty is the magic power that rules and governs In ; the school now and which cheers and encourages the chil dren ' on ..to make greater; effort and to accomplish more work. Very truly yours. " - , . : . '. . ; DBSERVER MUed quartet; led by Mrs Erdman. addressed and a receipt Uken, How. Kalmuki: District. ver Mr- Pratt promises that all mall A large group of Lilluokalanl School handled with the utmost pos- chUdren. chaperoned by ?Mlss -Need- Hble-pesd and begs the indulgence InK carpia'at th LeahX Home. SS-SSSaJZ K!! athomes of the sick la theUte after. Tg Boys, led pJftngiihez Indoors as rapidly as throughout the district In the evening. aa made r to accommodate Mixed Double Quartet. ( them. '- Mr. Reginald Carter has organized v Tomorrow- there will be an addl- a mixed aounie quartet : wnicn win sing at various hospitals and hotels, including the beach hotels. ' It is the plan to have all hospitals and homes visited , by ' at least one grcup of ; carolers. ; , ? - Manoa District. . Oarols by the girls pt Kawalahaa Sembiary and by the boys ' of Mills School. - v Other groups are organlxlng and It Is? urged that all will Join in the caroling. ' On page 16 of this issue is repro duced words and music for the beauti ful " and appropriate- carol, "Holy Night, or -Silent Night- Joe Tinker, the famous manager of the Cincinnati National league team, has been sold to the Brooklyn team for. $25,000. r . -r- California Progressltea In California hafe demanded that;Gpternor John son runvf dr. the senate, and John Esh" elmah of the railroad commission run 4-in la fit'tS hen A nf a Itrm tninnra I water and health resort, about thirty , ior ib auTcruorsui - wuiu . uv miles from .Kpber Japan, , ALBERT HORNER is back from a trip to the island of Kauai . H. Mi WELLER of Honolulu Is reg istered at , the' Stewart San, Francisco. ; 'A.- V. PETER3 returned from a bus iness trip to Kaualf arriving', herein the steamer Kihau. r; - ; SAMUEL i WELLER, ;a wett-kixown polo playef of HawalCi.Is a; guesttAt the .Stewart Examinee. yet Indicated what he will da :i fix", t instead of inttlciiartCTwarai fr . , r ? ipp,;.. BnViSmall illaes."n;ililffi -.;J. -f .ILL 05:. , T; ''";.'- : :i - , ' ;: fe Bomb: f ornvoit cperation ffji nowe, once a noteti aauy newspaper eai- ; - , rtirA n ttprnrt 'hnvi boon n. do- 1 now publisher, owner, 'Wit'of; and almost;; un- rise of one. of ; those. lttUoJirown-paiu wW'VwTTntfA.i mathki'iir i;o(i, pocKei-size magazines jnat .ciamqr; :u ntion with much self-importance, devotes he natives weableafter 1 1 c ember issue of his monthly Committee of America. .5rl;-f an'd still have funds available fore erection of . v.-e's proposed TIrTUanc'..cbhiniitteo' is would naturally, suppose, a coUection of al -Company! also" 1 gentlemen vwithsbroad-bre ;.ulled" down ; over their lowering: bro ustachios and a penchant for ; leading err-, waa also the natives havef organized aT coopera- nibcrs ; of the ;comnnrnity ; opt rinto tthe tive gtoreV i;' K. r; ; -1 : 'i-:t X ' and hanging them to the most convenient ' '; y; - , : '.: f. X()t soJ Tliose who know 0 in- Acquaintance' with genial ; Ed Howejican paUonal com : I reulize that no such planar primeval front in the fight against reducing Hawaiian Be : asthis would find approval in his placidf p national conventions. It . Vhat Howe wants to see formed is a iroun- lg "a'certain that the fight will have to be made . i ,!e organization of privab citizens devotedy by. mainlanders if it Ismade at all. public good and willing to jspend some . '. ', , ' ' . 1 practicing as well as preaching. ;J I Senator Works says that the Heteh Hetchy starts with the dictum that the, United bill was put through by the most insidious lobby- ( is suffering Trom .too inuch politics ;, and that ever visited Washington. This ought to ::iany xoliticiansy snffering? froin gre, prove of comfort to George R, Carter, E. E. Pax ?, incompetence and self ishnesV J He pro- ton, It D. Mpad et al. (hat .branchy of thisvigilan6e committee ; '. " : lined in every'city town and:illage in the - join the choristers on Christmas Eve in the : try; "About the only quaicanon ior, m town. - This is iat pretty custom that Tiip is'.this: ff6vC4indi5at should be made permanent in Honolulu, where ; ician, Organizers of swieUes o any kW winter weather makes open-air re ia which: thes is n wW nlight l benefited " ' JUDGE L A. DICKEY was a return .'ng!. passenger ' in the Inter-Island .tteame KinaifromjKaual portf J' v.-.. ; ril Z.?. - Q. R. REED, a well-known - Pacific coast commercial; maa,; waa an arrival in the T. K K. liner? Tenyo Marti this morning. ; He: will remain Un the isl ands, for some- weeks-?- ' . MISS ELSIP WHITE, who is well remembered as one of the teachers In the . Dunsmuir grammar school ;r last term, and who has bees teaching the present: term., in . Lasn .county,; has resigned her position In: that school to accept, a position in the schools of Honolulu. Dunsmuir (Cal.) ews.V ; STANLEY IL TWIST, representing ; a larga ;ew ..York-moving V picture film oncr in. Australia,' is apassenv cer jn the Oceanic liner Ventura, en- routev to; Sydney,:; Mr. Twist wUl as sist, in the marketing of a large num ber, of special feature pictures, f it is also, proposed to prepare the way .for bringing one or more producing com panies from the United States to Aus tralia; as it i claimed ; that : climatic condition are ideal : for clearcut ' pho tographyt " --l UX:' ZY&ffi DR. A. B. CLARK of Honolnlfl is a guest of Mr. land Mrs. W. C ;: Ramsey. When the. Ramscys were on the 3 Isl ands, they received many courtesies, at the; hands of Dr. .Clark, andi -thet;1 now ; enjoying . a return visit ; Dr. Clark is,'jtbe son of a missionary and was Dorn on tne lsianaa. it is aouot fulslf . iiSrbody Is a better authority on affairs;- In that a part of ; A Uncle t . XVRi tSafiCS 4main.i ;e ; cwill r speak thU evening: at .the. Congregational church bjr special r Invjtatlp of ; Revi; K.y It SinK. :i Dc. . dark is a.skiijea physician vWbile- ;the king and. queen cf Eng land were1 enjoying the opera, suf fragettes rose ' in a box ; opposite, , un tional mail of upwards of 2S0 sacks. which wUl keep the postal authori ties busy right up to the day on which Santa Claus la due to pay his annual visit i--'-V'' -:' -' - -,; t Also, the local ;postof3ce. la congest ed with mall ' for outgoing steamers. To the coast there goes a large quan tity, which will be a trifle late for ; Christmas but will reach destination , for New Year'a'day. -'.;,,-.- v'.-.' ! The Institution of the parcel 1 post ,V system ?. is ; credited - by Postmaster Pratt, with being responsible for the large mails this Christmas, together V with the added; army forcea at pres ent on Oahu. f- i . . : .-; -. . t A ' Such a large mail as this Indicates . the glaring necessity for .larger and -more adequate, .quarters for. the; post- r office department and with better fae ' illties. It Is pointed out, the mail could : be handled In a much more , ezpedi-' ) M tious and" satisfactory manner. . "0?ji p.lt:i lnteresUng to note 1 that New York's, f ecordiholiday mail has arrlT- ; ed on the liner St Louis from Queens- - town, and that the-St Louis csrrled 8261 bags of It, about nine times . as much as arrived in Honolulu ' this moraIna.--.jV;-:--- i a;i ' ' t o m' " ' " 7 ; .Cuba has apologized to the United States f or t the Insults offered three furled banners, threw out leaflets, and : young ladies who arrived in Havana megaphohed to the audience and toy-'; only to'be searched by the police who alty. Interesting bits of hews concern- suspected, them of stealing the. ring Ing their fight 'i -?-t :.--. tvcf-a fellow passenger, ;:;; -;., .,;.' the tentorial : governnerfjtoa)' Hawaii, with: Mrs: Smith, are" guests at 'the Bellevue, awaiting .th palling .Of t he' and prominent ttf his island home, to Mongolia .TrsdayfHExammer,;' rr . which lie is greatly; attached. Stock ALEXAn jHAESV? for? the! last - seven years connected with the) Bugar JmiUlng. Industry xXi Hawaii," is f at- the tewarf. liehvill leave Sunday for- Sal' Dilg6,f fiEiarainer.l ; J-.-v - - ' ' x- . t . rMR7 AND MRS. W. H. LORENZ and Mr? and Mrs J Ed Hutchlns . are pre paring to'leye on; December 15th for the Hawaiian islands, where, they. will spend t about slxT. weeks.-Stockton CaL) Mail. AUBREY ROBINSON a; sugar planter! .with"" Interests v In. Hawaii, and George S.' Gay of Phoenix, Arizi interested ' n " the? same t company, are at thePalaceV' Robinson lives in Boston. Examiner.7. l 5 . ton (Cal,) ; Post n r MRS: GEORGE WILHOrr will give an Interesting ; ; talk . on. ... missionary work in the Hawaiian Islands Sunday, December 7th,-at ff;'3. p. m at Grace Methodist church"., corner Channel and Stanislaus streets. Stockton (Cal.) Mail. : V V . --VH.tV4il-.TL, ifflSEiasii; BE BED BY :t,IANY CAROLERS (Continued from page one) :MRS.0. K. HIKES, Mrs. F. C. Ken dreck and. Mrs.' L: VA. Stanley, from Pasadena form a party of tourists who -in voyaging across the Pacific in the Japanese liner1 Tenyo Maru, de Cided to remain over at Honolulu for a 'time. R. C. STACKABLE, deputy collec tor of customs, who has been on the mainland on an extended vacation, where 1 he attended the sessions of customs collectors at New York, re turned to the islands as a passenger in the Oceanic liner Ventura this morning. J. CUFFORD WILKINSON, whose name is a household word from the ; be tiHL-irtimnl be mggerts, ohalf the country doesn't know anything XTud X2cU Id meet and discuss measures for the' public about the currency bill and most of the other a through passenger in-the Tenyo I and to promote public service! 'fSft"' : half doesn't care. But the cost of living is one :;ow Uierets nptlurig hew things that matter. ? though" he Jias given it striking nam). , : :ost every f 4 any.?e hj several organ- "Local conditions affect the price of eggs," lions much akin to wbat; the . Vigilance Com- says a Chicago expert. We've seen eggs in pret ttra would le.; Jin bad local condition fetch a pretty good price, .nicipal KesearclifC on just at that ut' the same idea and is deTOt- to the same -rposcsAiidi too.' XpW that the Shriner8, parade is over the IIowej proTsal li next street show will be the procession of old- ::dsk upon' thousands down to meet Governor Pink- ;erican citizen is tostematize and join to- ham. ther thenijment for moreeffieiency in pub-, ' i affairs. rAmi?ncans a of the Christmas Week is preeminently the occasion mendousburen major for a smile for your fellowman. rtion iif !0i0 taxes, particularly in njimicipal . vernmeutsV- are'goingior salaries, perquisites, inder politic, waste andWjpn folly. -! Bu t Americans , 'ili go n jpayitfg more and :-u tascs for bigger- and; bigger xity xpenBes . Carranza is the kind of name that is likely to be taken in vain. T. It, isat it and in it again. Maru, returning to Japan from an ex tended business and . pleasure trip to the mainland and 'to Europe. Wilkin- centers , are ' mentioned are: cordially urged to-. gather, at these centers - at the hour; mentioned and join r in Ce carols., 4 . .. ; ; " The program follow: , - Katlhi. Kalihiwaena School Grounds' 7 o'clock s Illuminated tree.. ' Tableaux and carols by school chil dren. v Violin selections, Mrs. A. B. Ingalls. Carols, Kamehameha girls. Carols, Kamehameha boys. Carols,, mixed quartet, Mrs. John Erdman in charge. . Paiama. Settlement Playgrounds 7 : 30. Illuminated tree. Carols, by children of Settlement Carols, Normal. School girls. Carols, Mixed quartet Mrs Erdman In charge. ' v Carols, male quartet, Mr.- Akana,-4 leader. Beretania Street Playground. Carols will be sung from 7 to 7:30 o'clock by Normal School girls, male quartet Mr. Akana), Boys' Club from Y. M. C. A., led by Mr. Jackson. Nuuanu District. Normal School girls, chaperoned by Miss Winne, Miss Sturgeon. Miss Jane Winne. Emma Street District. Normal School &rl, chaperoned by .FOB BENT Kalakaua Avenue 4 bedrooms $60.00 PUkoi Street 3 bedrooms $45.00 Aloha Lane 2 bedrooms 20.00 Tantalus : 3 bedrooms 45X0 FOB SALE College Hills House and lot 57350X0 Wilder Ave. A Kewalo St House and lot 7500.00 Anapum Street House and lot 4500X0 PUkol Street House and lot, Including furniture... 6500X0 Punahou Street House and Lot 8000.00 Young Street ...House and lot 3500.00 Young Street House and lot 2500X0 Parker 8treet, College Hills... Lot 2500X0 Guardian BimgmiCOlZZLUl S2LF FILLIP 113 Hotel St Popular Jewelers. , ',lvJVW''- vrrV.V'-.!'''!-l,--'l' - I 'if- ' .' -.-!: '.-'-'''. "'..'- '-';" ; ' ''.' -.. f ; ."-.:---; - .- : - - -j ' -. .... -' -v: . ... : .. '- r- Acres, pf . cleared agricultural landclose' to street car line. tciw 'liJ ; Jmprivements fr K smal hose8wellr , pump, gasoline engine, ,l-pihenes.;Prt whole. Vvi--''-';- ; 'V ' - ' .' :I' 'V v'.'-.-.V7;. v'; ; ; -4-'., ;.v, -v-- : '. 'VSjacreso : Ruger at Ocean View 3Slots. - . Good reads; t- ... -i. - " Reserve. t water la Fort" pipes , front of every lot Price, $700 per acre as a whole. 'a V.-. - iWF??S.::A"m?) ' ill . , i i , I 1 7. 1 ;afVji-''.v:-. -Uf . -' ! SillEGiiiilte Building lots near town, on Miller street, $1300 to $2000, according to size. - "r Spreckels Tract lots opposite Oahu College, 100x100, for ... Acre lots st Fruitvale, Palolo Valley. $600 per acre. Kalmuki, Ocean View and Palolo Hill -lots, $400 and. np. Honry Waterhonse Trust Co. Cor. Fort and Merchant Bt. HONOLULU, T. H. - " . V- -4 f- r ' 4 ' " - r-m--. ? ' . - - " r - v- r.