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FVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1912.
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"What policies characterize progressive democracy? All
those policies whose object is to wrest jjoveinnipiit from the
control of special gioups of men ,and rostoie it to the control
of the genoral opinion of the cotmtiy, All the policies that re
establish the connection between representatives and the
people, All well-consideiod measuies that will tend to re
establish general opportunity and fieedom of enterprise,"
Governor Woodiow Wilson.
Having declared with its first political utterance that "pol
itics in this city is practically a question of money," the morn
ing paper naturally follows this up with deliberate falsehood
regarding the Bulletin. That is the usual course of the
Advertiser; anything else would be a surprise.
With all its guff and slander the morning paper can't get
away from the plain tact, obvious to every reliable and patri
otic citizen that what the situation in politics needs is not
money but MEN.
Men are needed who will give their honest attention to se
curing representative and capable citizens on the tickets and
platforms espousing thoroughly progressive measures.
Alleged politicians of the stripe who do nothing but play
factional politics are not the men of the hour. Factionalism
is the game which the Advertiser has played in former years
and is plainly preparing to repeat this year.
The Achi incident of two years ago is entirely character
istic ot the brand of libellous and vicious politics always com
ing from the Advertiser ring. Mr. Achi was asked to come
into the Advertiser political fold and in that capacity was
looked upon as a real good dog willing to roll over when told.
He ignored the invitation and was immediately branded as a
nondescript and so forth. As against the outfit that first pal
avered and then attacked him. Mr. Achi won hands down.
So this first utterance of the Advertiser has merely
served to prove that the morn ng paper has not changed its
vicious character or learned anything from the experience of
the last few years.
With the MEN of the City and County taking the loyal and
unfailing and unfactional interest in politics which they should
this year, money is the last thing that needs to be discussed.
With MEN coming forward and doing their duty there will
be no "backing and filling" when reliable and popular citizens
are called upon to accept candidacy for office either in the
municipality or the party organizations.
We have big problems to meet in Honolulu, great work to
be done; work that should stir the ambition of the ablest and
the biggest brained men here. But let it be remembered that
bigness and brain and strength of character are not ev
idenced by individuals who snarl and complain, who sneer at
touching elbows and getting in touch with the "common
people." The high and lofty Pharisee is as much deserving of
condemnation as the corrupt heeler, and is usually the person
with the money looking arounj to make the politics of Hono
lulu a question of money.
Let the campaign expenses take care of themselves. Get
the MEN who size up to the groat responsibilities and the
grand work of the occasion.
Ansnne can bus u vote Mi:.N aie
required to romluie the voter anil
lend him In right paths
Isn't It about time for the Hepubli
can Territorial Cinumltteu to hciid an
other cablegiam to Si'uetaiy 1'iaher
asking tho reason why?
Secretary Super Is eutliely i urn it
when he Buys that the Honolulu V M
C A. has ilouo some gieut coii.stiiK the
work lu the city of Honolulu
Olio time, when Honolulu politics
was made a question of money, quite
a good number ot oteis look the
money and oted the other way
"So yon wem suiiessful in jour if
fmts to break your 'uncles will, hi
wlili h ho left joii onlj $2u,uOii'"
"Von, I won out easily "
"And how much did joii finally get'
"After paying thu lavvyeis 1 look
"What did you du when you met thu
train lobber face to fuee,?"
"I explained that I hud been Inter
Per Sli Wontni. , m rti
Of Vtai anywhcie lb u b .. t.tto
Pet tear tuywhnt a Canada. I, Bo
Prl Vtftf l-rrttl't'd tnUU . ... 3. (Hi
nleril at Ibc PottndiC at Honolulu
an. ftrcmt-cta.i mailer
JANUARY 13, 1912
JVIiiuury 22, 191!, Is one of tho best
dates Imaginable for thu greatest mil-
Italy and naal paiade that has over
been seen III the city of Honolulu
Tourists are lonilng. They'll come
lu constantly iucieasllig numbeiu If
the town Is kept permanently clean
That's all the people of Honolulu havo
A political campaign conducted on
the plan of arbitrarily infusing icp
lesuitatlou to elements seeking a fall'
hearing, Is n pleiu of folly fniedoom
lug destitution A fair Held ami no
favor, with every man doing his full
duly, will accomplish the desired end
i lined by the tiikct seller, thu lug
gagi i mil is, Hie dining mr vvulteis
laud the sleeping iai poitois. mid hor-
' lowed u dollar fioui him "
Madge Isn't It awful, dear' The
Bilentlsts have dlsiuveied that our feet
are glowing larger (
Maijoilo Never mind! Just think
how much more oui Christmas stock
ings will hold I
rnfeiitunulclj it In necessary lu lilt
Congu-ss u war Jolt ur some kind In
oiilcr to make It wake up to tlio com
mon ordinary necessities of national
Wltli tliu Panama Canal four-fifths
llhlsheil, what linn Honolulu to offer
In the wny of completed woik for tlio
clean town that must bo ready for tlio
Panama Canal tialllv?
He'lter k't tlio suspension of the
coastwlso shipping law slumber (or
tliu piesent session of Congtuss. There,
nro loo many dangerous weapons lying
liiouinl handy for thu opposition to
grab and ship back
1'olltliH Is n matter of money when
nu haw u Corrupter holding the
inoiic, waiting to buy n Mile and thu
oter (.land around to be bought The
Advertiser sajs without hesitation
that Honolulu politics Is a pure ipies
lion of money anil It makes an appeal
to be allowed to hold tlio sack.
Klvo million dollars must bo spent
lief oi u the IVderal gowrnmeut com
pletes Its latest plans for thu accom
modation of the army on this Island
When that In llnishul, It will icpro
sent Just a first step towaid equip
ping this Inland as a military outpost
It also represents only one arm of
If anyone should ask joii. your
answer would lie that of com Be it Is
easy to secure tellable llifounatlon re
garding cliurih news Hut what are
joii going to do when the church mem
bers are Bimply bubbling with talk,
but the fathers of the church return
to talk and the pastor hlams up his
telephone And this in lonncctlou
wltli one of tlio most momentous top
ics that has In recent sears mine be
lore an evangelical church of this city
Judging from the radically differing
lepoits that are abroid on thu discus
sion of the Ccntjnl Union chnrcli
need and representing the honest be
liefs of church members, an author
ized statement from cither the pastor
or the chairman of the committee hav
ing the matter In charge would seem
to be not only lilting but ery much
Tho Industrial education scheme
that Is now before the Commission of
Public Instruction represents one of
thu greatest nihuncc movements In
practical education that this Territory
has eer si en. Some people may say.
"Vim are trlng to matte coolies of
our children " Nothing could be more
removed from the fact Dolled down
to practical details, It means that heto
lu Hawaii wo are to educate our chil
dren "back to the land" Just as Is be
ing done with signal success through
out the agricultural sections of the
mainland It means a permanent pop
ulation It means that bojs will be
elcen minortiinltles 111 lines of work
to which they are adapted and that
home lira of llm plantation will bi
uiiiiu and more the home life of the
families of piosperlug citizens. Head
ings ot thu lenders In plantation man
agement In looperato with the educat
ors not only establishes the good faith
of those lieally Interested In the lead
ing Industry but glcs to educators the
encouragement ami assistance without
which either failure or a struggling
and Indifferent suciess would be the
nothing Is upt to bo mci
Wo extend a mot cordial
Invitation to all interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In this depot Is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can see
In the extreme cleanliness
here the idea that wo are
enforcing at every contrib
Own a home In the College Mills sub
urb. Modern Improvement! ot hand.
Ten minute car service gas; electric
light) city water. Close to Oahu College.
32 Lots Only for Sale
Easy termt 1-3 eatli, 13 one year,
13 two yart. Interest at 0.
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real Estate. We buy and tell
Stocks and Bonds mid make In
vestments for others In approved
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
(Continued from Page 3)
These are to tliiuLito from school
to sihool on null uf the four larger
Islands The inllege Is to furnish the
books and boxis as well as to over
see the forwarding of them The de
partment of liii-t i in t ion Is to pay the
transput tatlnu iliarees and lie dlreil
ly responsible, through tho print Ipals
to whom the hooks aie sent, while lu
Coniminting on the I'agn bill that
has been lutroduted Into the Hulten'
States senate for the promotion of In
dustrial education throughout thu
States and 'ferritin hs I'ojic says th,'it
President (illniore of tho College uf
llnvvall has written In Senator Page
showing what the Territory hns al
ready done along these lines. He sug
gested that Ihe loniiiilssliiuerH ajipiov-
lug the objeits of the bill scud in
Senator I'.igi) also
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for the investment of $2000 In a house
and lot in good neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lots offer the home-builder a better
selection for soil, elevation and general desirability than any
other lots In Manoa Valley. Our prices are reasonable!
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl Slope 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Young Street 2 " 30.00
Manoa Valley 2 " so 00
Ueretania Street 3 " 20.00
10C0 TORT STREET
The Office of the
is open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of ships' messages
Prizes and Favors
TOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
"Tlio bill," concludes I'ojie, "m'Ciiis
to Ik; cry generally appiovcd of, the
only objections am as to tile expense
and as to whether the principle Is not
wrong that the 1'ideral trensur
Humid bear the expense of Midi a
lnensiiie rather than the Individual
Arrangements havn been made for
some time now In loiiueitiou with the
promotion of Industrial uluinthm licit'
the details of which have been pub
llshed lu the Bulletin from time
to time Inspcttor (lllison prepared
full details for pieseiitatlou to the
lommlssloueis and shnvwd a copy ol
the pi opened ogreemint with tho Kn
The hiluuie lulelly Is llili. The
plantation will give ion auen of land
niul put up Hie ueiessary hulldlng.i
for Ihe housing of the students. Tliesu
under pi ope i- rujici vision will mill
vate tin ijue, spending half of their
time in the Held and Ihe other half at
The legislature has npproprlati il
money for Ihe creation of Industrial
bihools thioughout the Teirllory 'hut
owing to the heavy expnise of iun
n I in; them tin re has been no chance
of making a start. It was felt that
by sin h a Hystcm as the one now pro
posed that the sihool could lie made
fdf suppoillng ns the plantation will
Heat the itilldteii 111 exactly the same
wny as they do anjone elso working
of the share system. Tho boys will
iccelve a smnll wage and will learn
the agriculture business while going
ahead with I lied t te holding ns well
Tho school will be able to accommo
date about fifty pupils for a start.
lrl' IniliiMilal School.
Among the other reports handed tor
the lonimlssloni rs was thai In lonuec
tlnii with the dlrh' Industrial sihool
The piece of laud where the new liulle
lug Is to ereitnl has now been Im
nil decided upon nml will bo twelve
or uTlifH nncs known as I'lllnmou.
The cottago plan for the buildings
will be followed as marly as pomlblc,'
Pojio going Into this matter while on
his latt trli to the mainland, The
totnl tost of the sihool Is estliniitnl
Ilojs' I nil ii -1 rln I Ni'luiiil.
The ir port on the Hoys' Industrial
school at Walalee showed Hint l
(lianyo for Ihe better had taken plnre
nil round ami that with the money ;
nppioprlnled by the Inst legislature!
matters would be ninth bitter uutj
there In the future. New tiacheril
have hiui encnged nml the bo)B an ,
helping out lu the work of i .) '
the new tpiarters .Many of Ihe points
notlieel b Pope during Ills mainland
tour will lie Incorporated Into life new
sytleni for running the Institution
Profe-ssor Hi rger has been furnished
with a thousand mile ticket by the ilJ
partment so that be might lslt the
Institution ami Instruct the buys In
minle Tills he N doing flee.
Coming down to pihnol lamln the
lejioil show's that on Kauai there an
ilgbteen oi copied mIiihiI lots to vvhleli,
the pjiirtniiit Inn good title with the
exception of three, one at l.lliue, one
at Haiu.i nml one at Alnkaweli and,
one at Nllliau. I
On Oahu there aie Ihlrty-nlne school '
iois wnn the exception I Knv.nl
hap.il all the lots belong In Ihe de
partment On Maul anil Molokal there are
tlilityoue lots 1)11 of which have good
titles exiipt four, Kalinkiiloa and In
nal. Uliipalakua and Haiku. Hpi-ee,
kclsvllle mid Ilnmnkuapoko lots
should be enlarged while the Tiuilti r
of sculling additional hits fur 1 .aim I
I'li and W'allue si bonis Is now lu the
hands of the lommlssloner of public
The lltlrs are good on Hawaii with
the following four exceptions Ookal.i.
Kcanu, Iloniiapo and .Mjhiikon.i.
In connection with the proposed
nhoo exhibit for tho San Pram-lsto
exposition Pope suggists Hint, ailing'
on the ailviio ot Secretary II. P. Wood
of the promotion icunmltti-o the ex
hllilt should not lie so largo as the
one that went to the Seattle fair. A
loiumllteii of from five to (.even mem
bets was suggested representing both
the private and public schools to ur
innge a definite plan.
PARADISE OF PACIFIC
Tin' cjii.it ti r iMitury anniversary
nuuibii of the l'liiuillso of the l'a
eilie Is up to mi) tiling dial lias yd been
till III el nut Pel blips Hie lll.llll tiling
al out tin- u mini lion that strikes the
iVn mill cieates lultrest iiiuiii than
unillilug else, huwowr, is Hie beautl
Tul llliihtiatlnii woik that is put
tbinugia The piiluie on the iiivit
showing (lie nlghl bliinmlug incus at
(lahii I'nllege is it tlnii plice of work
ileum lu colors.
ltuuuiiig through the bonk Itself are
tlio inti resting stories nml articles nl
vwih In lie found In (lie inugalue Itev.
W 1) Wistirvilt has iiiuelhir of Ills
Merles of old, tt times, while Vaugliaii
Mii'.iughey of the ('nllego of Hawaii
dials with the kukitl (lee.
CjnK'H uie people who nre happy
onl when they uio Killing something
Women always look on tho blight
tide of Illinois.
you take the picture comes
the matter of developing
the film and the printing.
We have the btst facili
ties in the city for doing
Photo Supply Co.,
TORT ST., DELOW HOTCL
in copi.r.v ritiNTs
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotel Street
iD B D
n m il I
I il Of
J U 1
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
COLLEGE CLUB IN
rjfn-Kn Hi rn.iril Shaw's famous play,
"ui Neir I'lin Till," will be staged
ley the Colli no ('lull at Illshnp Hull, I'll
unliiiu prepuatoi) school, on Friday
evening. Jiinuaiy t!l. Tlio entertain
ment will be for the members mid tin Ir
fileuels, invitations hiving biett Issueel
The play Is iiultilpited with morn
than usual Interest owing to the se
lietlon of the piece and the hlstronli!
ability of several of the partlelp nits.
'Ihe east Includes .Mh I'uinies nil
llnuhapi, Miss I'etiison, Miss Pope,
Miss Tuckir. Mr UliKir Mr J Shaw,
Mr. linhtrlMiti. .Mr ("arlir, Mr. Ander-
nn and Mr ViiiirIiiiii Md'nughey.
There will be music between nils, but
what iiliillons miel li whom have nut
et lie t u ell t ieiid upon
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Tlie aiiuuiil meeting of Hie Tree Kin
ebi kii ten and riiildri u's Aid Asseiili
tlon will like pi lie next l lei. ly mean
ing at the I'aslle Kliieli rgaiten on King
tent Miss l'i aims l.iivvnueu will
read lur annual npnil at this lime and
ntlliirs for the i iiHiilug ear will be
i lute el
It was Just twenty sears ago that the
llrst fne klnibrgartiii was cstablishul
line by the Itev Plunk Damon. ThH
was for Ihe Chinese children of the
i Ity and the llrsl of the kind lu the
world The present organ I ration grew
out of Mi 1 union's effeuts unci was
tffllllei three ellls later
A large ii libr.illiin is planned for
II in. when twenty ears" work under
tin piesent regime will havo been com
Mint pliasures hive their ihuwbacks,
mid most piiinilsPN have strings tied to
Likely it's a pretty good watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect it to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll
fend it costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department here
waiting to give you the best
possible servi-p in I'lplnt your
TimepiewO ruuniu'j ftenuotli ..eld
HnnJ it In mil let us Uko a look
nt it, anyway.
I.I 111 I ted
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