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Now get ready for the I'luiul pa
rade. Honolulu Is ginwlng lift in lino
llllll liclp till' good WOlk .1 Iomk.
Dispatches suggest that Ilio crop
of riillrimil accidents lm taken a new
llcni-y is m trmg to linn ouitM.
whether Incite- unbiased men can ho
foiinil In all Nin lrnncisco ror tho.U()I1H of our country Is such i-.ni In
trlnl of 1-iitrlik Culhoun. . ttrpretntlun placcil on an odiiMitlon
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Honolulu's congratulations to tl-
iiiaunKeis nf the poultry sho-v It
hi.r been a grand success nml will
Lcnr splemllil results throughout tho
I'ew places on earth offer a hrlght
ei future than Honolulu ami llaviill.
Why Join the pessimists who look
wise nml talk solemnly of the danger
ot u boom?
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n unilcrstamls that
the authorities have taken tho crim
inal agitators In hand. Tho work
shoulil ho thoroughly ilono inn tho
whole sehcino of illsturlianco for gulu
Delegate Kuhlo tlr,cs well to center
bis effort on the ship subsidy law.
That will a id In preventing tho
American Flag from being lowered
on tho ships that carry American
Tho Philippines nro now rlassed as
our frlcnils. They will Ret their
Initio favors and Join In the move
ment to direct the attention of our j
fcllow-Anierlcaus to the Importiuico
of the Pacific. j
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Woiililnt It surprise you tr Alio
liiilsson, tho man of one Idea nnd
always at It. should return to llnwml
wltli his one Idea victorious, ind
wall-s prosperity thereby ciiltam-ol n
(lovcrnor Krenr must Bpcedlly ,
learn the error of his conclusions If
he feels that Important IcRlslnllnn '
inn bo carried through without first
haviiiR the whole subject thoroughly
threshed out by the people.
Honolulu's suburb at Lellohiia Is
ono of the stroiiRest American com
munities In the Islands. And there Is
no fear that the small farmers will
bo selling out to corporations that
will draw on aliens to do the work.
Tho explanation of the first .nra -
giaph In the bill to anieiul tho Or-'
ran In Act nmiears In the final section
of tho hearing held by tho Senate
Committee on Pacific Islands, ietn ...
lawyer can't see thiough It even Nuua Str" $50.00
110 w- I School Street $40.00
Now Hint tho (Irani! Jury has taK-,Knimuki $25.00
en hold of tho Panama scandal the
public will expect to see either Pullt- jLunalilo Street $25.00
rcr or tho President trotted beforoj ,
tho world ns a savior or a scoundrel.
Tho contest has been so sharp Hint Ctn Cnla
thorn uppenrs to
be no middle '
If HIIo'b water supply Is poor there
Is ono thing for the people of Illlo
tc do. Your city Is not ready for
tho proper expansion If It cannot of
fer residents an abundance uf pine
water nt small expense. Now Is tho
tlnii) to lay broad foundations for u
steadily growing town.
Democrats oppose the cofico tariff.
bccatibo the i lalm that a year s sup
ply would be bioiiRht to the country
by roffeo speitilatoiH iceking the pro
lection bencllls Nc, doubt tho spec
ulators would do It but legislation Is
posslhlo that would in event all tli'J
wrongs tho Democrat,, contemplate.
' Thoro is not a single child ,n nny
school of Hawaii who would not be
benefited by InMruttlon In am 'il
tuio. Kindergarten children larr to
plant seeds and tho ehlldien II id
pleasure In tho work. Ib thoio an.
reason Imiiglnnhlo why HiU houl I
notbo continued through the liln'ior
Tho statement Hint the business
bodies. mid tha. citizens, oMIoiinlulil
.were Bwuyuil Into support "of "Uio
WUUKLV nui-t.m IN
r.r SI Montln 41 .no
Ptr Vtr, nlirrtln US lain
Pel Year, anywhere tn Canada... I, Ho
Per ear j4tpaiJ, foreign 3oo
JANUARY 18, 1909
coastwise shipping law by one steam
ship company Is unworthy n dlgnl
I'.ctl nml thoughtful olllrlal, anil It
(toes not help the cuuso of those
working for the retention of Uio
Anicrlean Flag In the commerce of
Superintendent ll.llililtt will lie
very much surprised tn learn Hint, ho
nrnniotliic rlillil labor for the. su
Knr niaiitntlons. In few other, sec-
In! effort In IlnlirpMu fhltilrpti will, flm
;(Kmly ()f ,,lbr nnil ltl ,,, llu.ai)llro
ei'ulp them for tho work that ofTt-tH
Hist after they !cae the public
AGRICULTURE AND MAUI'S
"lie proposes RlviiiR tho tax
payers i lillit labor for tho planta
tion Instead of Rood education
nnd rultiiic which tho avcr.iRO
mortal erroneously believes to he
the excuse for having schools."
This lomment on Superintendent
llnbhltt's approval of tho plan to lo
rd met ehlldien of tho public schools
In iiRrlculliire Is another evidence of
bow far nut ray wcll-nieanliiK jieoplo
Tho Mnul News has grasped tho
fifth wheel of tho whole proposition
Just us Senator Coolho'dld
To rIvo the children of tho public
schools practical Instruction In ngtl
ulturo Is n very Important part of
"gMi-j education and culture." This
lu e-tpeclally true in a section ot the
country so Intensely anil exclusively
agricultural as these Islands.
The fifteen thousand N-hlldron now
attending our r.tbl'c schools have ono
r ttto thliiRs befiiio them: Thuy
ll.i-lImist ro to work or become hooilluniH
, candidates for Jail. Tho great
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Quarry strcct $22 50
Kinau Street $25.00 1
Nuunnu Valley, 1 1-4 quarter
Manoa Valley Buildint Lots $1000
Also lots nt Puunui nnd Knirauki.
Beach property at Kaalawai.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
a quick, ensy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
RATES are LOW.
ft " . ""
Buy A Home
'i bedroom, ft room hot) so; elec
tric lights; modern porcelain
plumbing; beautiful innrlne nml.
mountain views; artesian water,
l'rlcc SH fto.00. Property is
new and lu good repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
majority of them must work for a llv.
ing at sonic form ot manual lnbr.
"Good ciluntlon anil culture" of
these children must Include an edu
cation or at least some preliminary
knowledge ot the arts anil crafts to
which they must apply themselves It
they are to make an honest living af
ter they leatc school.
Is It not therefore a part of good
education and culture to tench these
children that agricultural labor Is
digulllcd; that toll that requires tho
pro of the shovel and the hoe Is qulto
nc worthy as the mechanical trades?
Tho Mnul delegation when rcfer
ling to agricultural education In tho
schools Immediately hit upon tho
most disagreeable and perhaps the
most menial of all agricultural labor.
Thus do they demonstrate that the
people of the Territory ore sadly In
need of education as to the respect
able character of labor Invohcd In
tilling the soli. Their present view
Is In line with tho nlil-rnshloncd
Idea of the mainland that u farmer
must bo it sort of plodding dough
head who has no Intelligence nnil
nceds.no special education.
When tho Maul pcopto as repre
sented by Senator Coelho nnd Hie
Mnul News begin to see tho light
there Is no doubt that they will Join
with Superintendent llnbbttt in Ills
effort for practical education lu tho
line of work that will he of use to
tho pupil In making an honest liv
ing here in Hawaii". This does not
Interfere In tho slightest with tho
"book learning." It supplements tho
books nml mukes a moro Intelligent
ami moro respectable citizen.
Tho day when tho coollo estab
lishes tho (standard ot ngrlcultur.il la
bor must soon pass away in Hawaii.
Superintendent llnbhltt's utteranc
es and comments published in tho
Honolulu papers show that ho has
plans on foot for making dinstlc
changes In our public school system.
Over a year ago ho came out with
a proposition tn centralize schools by
having children within a given radius
gathered In ono central Institution nf
learning. Tills meant an appropria
tion for hiring vehicles for transport
ing to and from schools and Is pre
binned to bo waiting for it favorable
This plan would glvo tho country
districts better schools, something
badly needed If our children nro to
get public school education Instead
Of Just plain public schooling only.
Hut before It Is given n trial the
School Superintendent gets n change
nt heart and he proposes giving the
taxpayers "child labor" for the plan
tation Instead of good education and
culture, which tho average mortal
erroneously believes to be tho excuso
for having schools.
In the Kastcrn States publicists
nnd educators and philanthropists nro
at work trying to bicak down tho
evil known ns "child labor" und nro
asking for Inws to protect tho young
from Its baneful effects, but hero In
Hawaii wo have the spectacle of the
head of our Public Instruction De
partment balling "child labor" with
IDEAL SLEEPING GARMENTS
Made of Flannelette. Ages 1 to 8,
Coffee Tariff Opposition j
How tho coffee tariff proposition l,
viewed by tho men of tho opposition
Is well presented by Alfred Henry
Lewis In his special correspondence
to the Hearst papers. As expressing
tho opinions of the Democracy It Is
ot much local interest. Lewis says:
Mr. Payne nnd his tariff mongers
havo visibly shrunk awny from Hint
coffee tax of five cents n pound. They
wcro frightened by tho cries ot
There are roundly ninety million
pcoplo in the country; among them
they get awny with n yearly nlnc-nnd
ninety million pounds of coffee. That
proposed tariff of five cents would
mean almost a yearly $r0,000,000.
That Is, It would mean that hugo
revenue wcro It not for this: Tho
coffcc-wlse men would bring In a
year's supply while the bill was be
ing framed and passed, In which
event, to bo sure, tho coffcc-wlBo men
and not the Government would get
Hint $60, 000,00(1. The Government
would only hnc succeeded In raising
the price ot coffee to tho pcoplo and
never put a dollar In Its own pocket
This truth Is not only finding heat
ed demonstration by those who go
shouting "Job," but Intimations nro
not wanting that the tariff mongers
had such a result In mind.
This last I do not believe. "Mr.
Payne Is not crooked; ho Is only dull.
Tho long and short of It Is that
coffee will remain on the freo list,
whero cofico belongs. These coffeo-
open arms, as (ho panacea of our ed
ucational troubles, which would ban
ish Idleness from our streets, and
bring hnpptness and contentment to
our people. What fools thoso l'.ist
crn people must be!
Hack In the sctcntlcs something In
tho lino ot manual training was es-l
saycti, nnu our uireii man nau u iricu
on him, nnd he tells tho story ot his
boyish adventure as follows:
The Makawao school which ho at
tended was happily located near tho
enno Holds, und his teacher, n game-
legged master of arts but not of boys
took the school out presumably to
give tho boys a course In agricultur
al training. The cane was sweet and
all boys have sweet teeth, and strip
ping cane loates was lightsome work,
If labor It be called, but In a fow
days tho novelty woro oft and tho
natural cussedness of young mankind
Next day when tho boys wcro tak
en out again to tho training fields,
tho fast workers worked faster and
tho slow ones Worked slower, until
tho promlslngTiind of cnncflcld hands
got scattered, and when the master
went pegging along to glvo Instruc
tions to ono crowd the other scuttled
for cover nnd Boon nil hands followed
suit and left lilm to rage alone, lie
riispccted where tho boys wcro nnd
went pegging hither with his walk
ing stick, hut playing tag was noth
ing new, and tho nojs had read up
General Mcl.ellan's civil war tactics,
mid promptly chunged base as often
lib needed until tho schoolmaster went
homo dlsgUBtcd and withal a wiser
man. That was the end of agricul
tural training In that school.
Another tlmo L. A. Thurston, then
u r.'-Kar-old hoy, rebelled at hoeing
a patrh ot corn and pumpkins near
the school. The authorities made a
great display to forro tho youngster
to submit, but they failed Ignomlu
lously while the school, wrought to
the highest pitch of boyish excite
ment, looked on the clash with hearts
In the mouth nnd sympathy for tho
Our Honolulu editors ought to bo
willing to practice what they preach
on their own children. It would dig
nify their contention somo It nil the
Honolulu public school boys led by
Algernon Smith or Clnrcnco Tarring
ton, each carrying a hoe, would
mnrch behind Ilcrger's band to tho
railway station nnd tnko tho Kwa
train at noon sharp to do a little ngil-
culturnl training work at hoeing nnd
Irrigating cane, afternoons In the Kwa
plantation, returning tired and happy
with trained hands nt dewy cvo.
These learned editors hnvo been over
looking nnother ami very Important
factor In tho question: our better
halves may not consent und they
Thcie Is nlso a wicked suspicion
that the new proposition Is a care
fully tolled movement to tho end that
women ho oxcludcd from tho public
school teaching corps. For what lady
would willingly tuko her class ot boys
and girls out among tho Immodest
average field hands to give them a
pitiful littlo agricultural training?
Are styles In teachers' hats and
dresses and lingerie to bo changed to
fit the new conditions Imposed on
lady teachers It School Superintend
ent llalililtt's impositions nro to bo
Let the department glvo us better
schools Instead nf moio new fads on
training and education.
Kiuourago teachers by giving good
alurli'H for good work, Instead of
foruMir putting lions In teachers' earn
to chill tho natural ambition of thoso
who would push blight ehlldien along
wise 'men must Invent somo olhcr
kullduggry by which to mako them
What those cunning rogues of cof
feo were under tho cloak of rcvo
nuo needs so speciously trying to
bring about, was successfully accom
plished In Mr. Cleveland's time. That
was, however, In tho criminal In
stance of sugar. The sugar trust su
pervised tho sugar tnrlff. The Wil
ton bill, adding Houso to Senate, was
months In Its passage. Meanwhile
tho Industrious sugnr trust was
freighting In Its raw material free.
Tho mean money made In this way
by the sugar trust amounted to mil
lions. When tho bill was finally passed
tho White House presumed to bo sul
ky, and tho constitutional ten days
went by without signing tho bill,
with forty sugar ships at sen. This
ten days worked golden mart els lit
favor of tho sugar trust. During
those final ten days, while the White
Houso pretended to sulk, enough freo
sugnr enmo nshoro to lose tho Gov
ernment 110,000,000 nnd glvo It to
the sugar trust.
The wise men of coffee have been
nnd still nre trying to repent those
blood-sucking sugar feats of a dozen
years ago. That they should do so
Is more easily understood when ono
Is told Hint the wise men In the pres
ent case were the wise ones In the
former, nnd that "coffee trust" und
"sugar trust" mean practically on
and the snmo thing.
in their studies. Instead of keeping
them marking tlmo practically learn
ing nothing Just for tho sake of keep
ing them with the duller ones, there
by forcing ninny parents to send their
children to private schools to the det
riment ot our public schools.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. 5. Of
flttal announcement was made today
of what Is regarded as the greatest
discovery In tho war against consump
Hon since the finding ot tho tubercu
losis bacilli by Koch. Dr. Randlo C.
Itoscnborgh, the famous biologist who
holds the chair of bacteriology at tho
Jefferson Medical College, has ascer
tained that the tuberculosis germ can
be readily found in tho blood long
before It reaches the rings; that It
then Is in n condition which makes It
easily destroyed by stmplo treatment
and fresh air, and Hint It will soon
bo posslhlo to uso n certain antitoxin
which will stamp out the disease
Dr. Iloscnbcrgh has tested his dis
covery and Ills method upon 10
cases, In nono nf which did It fall. Ho
has made known tho results of his
experiments to tho College of Physi
cians and to the faculty of Jefferson
College. Ills whole paper upon tho
subject will appear shortly In n
medical publication. Until then Dr.
Itoscnbergh, who Is n purist In med
ical ethics, will not go Into details.
Tho simplicity of tho method Is snIJ
to bo such Hint It will be nvalluble (o
every physician and to tho simplest
We Bcr to Call Attention to
Our Large New Stock
Cups & Saucers
These goods were selected
with great care and comprise
the very best in the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen,
H. F. Wichman & Co,,
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Olllco Hours: iiom
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1041 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
Newest Fall Fashions
There are 119 new Fall Styles ready fof you in the
Regal Shoe Store. Each one expresses the latest custom
There are sturdy, "mannish" models in dull Calf, and
the daintiest, lightest boots in fine Kid and imported Pat
ent Leathers, and many attractive stylet in rich shades of
REGAL Quarter Sizes insure you perfect fit.
REGAL Shoes for Men arc known
everywhere as the top notch of re
finement and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes appeal to men
as much as to women, and are just as
popular as the Women's Regals.
You can't do as well anywhere else
at near the same price; that's one
good reason for the popularity of the
REGAL SHOE High Quality in a
Regal, $3.50 Shoes
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
For This Cold Weather
Fine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases
YEE CHAN.& CO., Ltd.,
MR. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. All
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
from lOo per pair up to 75c
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan, 15, 1000,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Wen 11 Kcalakal and wf to l'loni-tjr
Illdg & Loan Assn II
William Knot to Kalanleha (w).llel
Kst of II P lllshop by trs to Terri
tory ot Hawaii 10xD
Mrs K 11 Derby to A J Dorpy Kel
Entered for Record Jan. 16, 1009,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Maoca (w) to P C lleamor M
Polly Knlua und hsb to William 11
William It Castle to Vlrst Amcr S.iv
& Tr Co of 11 Ud AM
Entered for Record Jan. 14, 1000,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m,
M K Moses to Julia Kahualial ,,..!)
Mcleana to Molcnna A hi ma 1)
J V C Hagenu and wf to Trs of W
C I.unnlllo Kst AdHChge
Kst of C Ako by admr to (loo Nam
Entered for Record Jan. 15, 1009,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mary II Atcherlcy and hsb to I.yle
" A Dickey ot al ,...D
Marlon A .Check by ntty to Mrs Hot-
soy A Henderson AM
Kaclekil Sugar Co Ltd to United
States nf America D
Hoso K Neumann and hsb to Henry
K Pnepoo D
Entered for Record Jan. 16, 1909,
from 10:30 a. in. to 4 p. m.
W. II. IteciH ot ul to Hack Fnok ....I.
Murlu Coidclru and hsb to Uciicrdo
KING and BETHEL STS.
II 1'errelra M
Maria Carrelro and hsb to Francisco
Carrclro ,.. . D
Dlvlra M II Snillh und hsb tu KouUa
Manuel V. Toledo to John Vlelra ..PA
Vlelra & Kekol ..,.,.;., Co P I)
Ulla A C Long Tr to Mary Dobsou ,.D
Entered for Record Jan. 18, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mary W Helo I.u und hsb to A C
Palfrey "i; I)
Antonio S do Itego to Joo da S Mot-
Jose da S Mota and wt to Antonio 8
do Itego M
KuplolanI Kst Ltd ct al to Mnilo
Ilrnwn Can 1.
I.upuu Kekntilahao to II Wutcrhouso
Tr Co UdTr AM
Kaaemohil Knkiilu to Sung Wo
Chan Co U
CEDERLOFFS COME TO TOWN.
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
Wallukti, Maul, Jan. 15. Mr. und
Mrs. A. N. Ccderloff and child will
leavo for Honolulu by tonight's Ki
nau. Mr, Cedorloff has boon for sev
eral years assistant bookkeeper for
tho Wnlluku Sugar Company, Mrs.
Cedorloff has been qulto actlvo In
bazar-giving circles and In socloty gen
orally and her departure, ns well an
that of her genial husband, will bo
greatly felt by their mimcnmx friends
in Wnlluliii and up country.
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