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THB PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE, HONOLULU, MAY 22, 1901.
ed Cabot's Creosote Stains All numbers' directlfromthe factory. Carbolineum, Coal Tar, Magnite. V TUC Deer h . . . swku TfATtK rAlnl A t oooooooooooooooooooooo Law croVE CO.'S arland a- Stoves and r carload comprising new patterns. Sterling Blue Flame .Stoves Garden Hose, all sizes. A complete line of Paints and Varnishes. icific Hardware Co., Ltd. 8 LABOR AND ! EDUCATION! v -' ! J Prof. M. M. Scott Gives His Views. read and write the English language, with a small amount of . arithmetic, with some little knowledge of nature, with which the pupil comes into daily con tact. This much, and this much only, is all that can be done for some time to come. I believe that a man can hoe more cane, can strip more cane; in short, can do more of any kind of work if he have some education. I shall close my article for the pres ent, but I hope to return and treat the question more in detail from an economic standpoint, and also from a higher standpoint, from the development of the individual as a man. Thanking you in advance for space, I am, Mr. Editor, M. M. SCOTT. WITH TEMPERANCE STORY. ECONOMIC VALUE Francis Murphy Hall Folks Have New Entertainment. Next Saturday night there will be a i fine concert given at the Francis Mur- OF THF SCHOOI vphy Han-and in place of tne usuai taik KJl I 1 S L- JVI IVVyLJ on temperance, Mr. Franklin Austin will I recite an original temperance story, writ ten by himself. Mr. Austin's ability in the story-writing line is well known, and those in attendance next Saturday night will be given a great treat. The hall is growing more and more in favor with the public at large, and especially with those who heretofore had spent i most of their time in the saloons. The Kditor Advertiser: In two issues of j men while away the hours reading, talk- What Has Been Accomplished by the Industrious Teachers in These Islands. Bit A C iYou Tried a Canadian Club Highball Corporation Notices. WAIMEA SUGAR MILL CO. IF NOT, WHY NOT? the Saloons Have it for Sale. ... Substitute. Peacock & Co., Ltd. AGENTS, HAWAII TERRITORY. if Shirts! Golf Shirts! We have just received by the Stm. Mariposa a Dew lot of ... I !0LF SHIRTS Now displayed in our show window. . . . HOTEL STREET1 THE STOCKBOOKS OF THIS COM pany will be closed to transfers from Monday, May 27, 1901, to Friday, May 81, 1901, inclusive. W. A. BOWEN, 58C3 Treasurer. EWA PLANTATION CO. THE STOCKBOOKS OF THIS COM pany will be closed to transfers from Saturday, May 25, 1901, to Friday, May 31, 1901. inclusive. W. A. BOWEN, 6863 Treasurer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT NO person la authorized to Incur debts in our name on the Island of Hawaii. Honolulu, April SO, 1901. 6845 W. a A CHI CO. McBRYDE SUGAR COMPANY LTD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the eleventh assessment of ten (10) per cent (2.00 per share) levied an the assessable stock of the McBryde Soar Co., Ltd., is due on June 1, 1901, and will be delinquent on June 15, 1901. Stockholders will please make prompt payment at the office of Messrs. Theo. d. Davies & Co., Ltd. ir. M. BWANZI, TJrws-i-or McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. Honolulu, May It. jop 6856 OLAA ASSESSMENTS. The fourteenth assessment of per cent or 50 cents per share has been called to be due and payable June ZOth, 1901. The fifteenth assessment of 2H per cents or 50 cents per share has been called to be due and payable July 20th, 1901. The sixteenth assessment of 24 per cent or 50 cents per share has been called to be due and payable August 90th. 1901. Interest will be charged on assess ments unpaid ten (10) days after the same are due, at the rate of one per cent per month from the date on which such assessments are due. The above assessments will be pay able at the office of the B. F. Dilling ham Company, Limited, Stangenwald Building. ELMER PAXTON. Treasurer Olaa Sugar Company, Lim ited. Honolulu. T. H. May 3. 1901. 5849. the Advertiser, one on Friday last and the other on Monday, there were some comments and queries as to the advisa bility of making- preparation for the edu cation of Porto Rican children now com ing hjftce, and by Inference to provide for all children of those parents who work as common laborers in the cane fields, ft , i ,, These queries and inferences seemed to put the question upon mere economic grounds. I . do not regard those grounds ing. smoking and listening to Mr. Tavlor the secretary of the hall, play the piano, ( he, by the way, being quite an artist in that line. The' lunch counter has been quite freely patronized, which has led Mr. Austin to think of enlarging that part of the institution, and this will be done shortly.' Mr. Francis Murphy is expected to ar rive on the Sonoma due tomorrow, and in that case Mr. Austin promises a "whoop 'em up" time. "OAfOl ii U AGENTS fOR SALE Or REAL ESTATE BPPr p fi W. J. LOWREY, President. C. D. CHASE, Vice President Ml Manager. ARTHUR B. WOOD, Treasurer. J. A OILMAN, Secretary. , B. P. DOLE, Auditor. REEAUMOKU STREET HE STOPPED FOR LUNCH. from the highest standpoint in regard to the education of youth; however, I shall . at Beaumont, Texas, while en route to confine my remarks to the mere ques- j California, resulted in the gaining of tion of the education of man as an eco nomic animal or, perhaps better, as an WE OFFER FOR SALE THE FINB residenoe property of C. S. Ludwigsen, Esq., corner Keeaumoku and Lunallto A stop of twenty minutes for lunch streets, lot 180 x 200, containing M,0M square reet or land. i a consider:) hlo fnrtiini. hi.- a r - . . - . ' - . . . tJJ 1 . tis, a young Chicago man. Curtis ar- economic machine. Taking this lower view of ,the matter, I think it can be shown from different nations and peoples rived in Beaumont on his wav West on January 6 of this year, the day up on which the famous Lucas oil well was discovered. When he left the train with his wile to get lunch he found Two-story house (built In 1898), hav ing five rooms on first floor, four bed rooms on second floor, and two rooms. I Servants' quarters of three rooms. Everything first-class. that those nations who have earliest ' the town in a fever of excitement over ! Keeaumoku street is one of the da made provision for the education of all j the discovery and, having had expe-. est residence streets in the city. rience in oil fields, he decided tn stoi- youth are decidedly superior in the pro- He made up his mind instantly. He duction of wealth and economic well-be- i ordered his trunks from the baggage car, ana a tew minutes later the train ing to tho; who have not made such provisions. pulled out minus two passengers. Our- 1 lis estimates the results of his quick lJ- S. Nelson & Son SHOE It t SGlum CraAn CKao ; Twn Vnn 'toem at L- B. KERR & CO., Ltd. gttg Streets. FE & CO. San Francisco. Ivlor3edlth the Hawaiian Islands, will dslljar aB if 10 Honoh,mttem' FREE OF ALL CHARGES FOB to tC:' "il returning same to Ban mneuce. ww !r o.?ls known to the nrm. or who will furnisi Prussia was the first State in Europe ! uecision at man inousanas ol aollars on an investment small when compared that made ample provision for the edu- . vvith the results. Chicago Inter-Ocean. of -a- cation of all her youth irrespective condition. She was soon thereafter the chief State of Germany in economic well-being, in the exploitation of her re sources, in science and in all lines of hu man ffort. Compare the economic con dition of Germany, Switzerland, Hol land the Netherlands. Norway and nue jriouse stairs. rtanna, said a Sweden England and France, who made friend who was with him, "why don't provision fbr the education of all youth, j 'ou eet the President to put an ele- fn PmtntaJ Itnlv and Russia. vator in thls building?" "Well," said ....... ...- o--, J ,r.QtM- Uonr,o lnnrKinn ' T it to the President, but he remarked that he noticed that I got here Just the same." Albany Argus. SENATOR HANN'A ELEVATORS. "Whew:" exclaimed Senator Hanna, on Saturday, as puffing and blowing he reached the top of the well-worn White House stairs, For price and terms, apply to Island Realty Co. LIMITED. 204 Judd Building. 1200 in tne proaueyon 01 mere weann anu with all those things which wealth pro- j duces a mere comparison is sufficient, j These Vacts, so well known to all, are not me'refy academic but, are well-known , historical phenomena. Coniin to the United States. Massa- i chugfetllft. and, hex Influence, with her ex- , celjent.f'public school system, may be j itraflted With Virginia two States that j began heir career at nearly the same j time unaer similar ponuuai cummwun. , contained in that certain mortsraee NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE CLOSE, AND OF SALE BT AS SIGNEE OF MORTGAGE. In accordance with and by virtue of a power of sale and other provisions VirgHwa had -.every natural resource; Massachusetts a ad climate and a nig gard soil. It may be asserted with little difference of opinion that the early provision for the education - of all her children has made Massachusetts, under adverse nat ural conditions, the leading wealth-producing.- State of America. As she pro duced, wealth, larger provisions were mad for the careful training of her youth in the highest scholarship and in the' moat excellent technical training. In afl those States in which her in- 1200 LOTSl . IN KAPIOLANI TRACT For Sale deed dated the 24th day of April, A. D. 1897, from Gustav A. Mau&r to Victoria Ward, recorded in the Registry of i Deeds in Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of from King street to to Hawaii, in dook liu, on pages zuu ana 201. and by said Victoria Ward duly assigned to E. H. Wodehouse, of said sast aid of the property adjotaina UM rionoiuiu, o assignment oateu tne Kamshameha Oirls School; said 20th day of February. A. D. 1901, and i recorded in said Registry of Deeds In .Wiu exiena w w sea. THB KAPIOLANI TRArr f 99 fan width will be opened on th book 170. page 201. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. E. H. Wodehouse, present assignee anu holder of said mortgage, intends to foreclose the same for con fluence has been felt merely in the pro- j dition broken, to wit, nonpayment of CROSS ROADS will be opened be tween blocks. Every lot will save a frontage on a road. The elevatftoaa varies from 40 feet high to 19 duction of wealth, they nave gone far : principal and interest and promissory above sea lev! Ml i .1 Si VJI 'Jil1 ttnuf5 "liehed upon receipt of request. rij SS2T ?f Jwelry and Silverware wart af How w rUTUith inaalal ila.lsma KIHEI ASSESSMENT NOTICE. THE THIRTEENTH AND FINAL assessment of 5 per cent, or $2.50 per share, on the Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd., stock, has been levied, and will become due and payable at the offices of Alexander and Baldwin, Ltdv on the 15th day of June, 1901. Interest bear ing after the 15th day of July, 190L J. P. COOKE, Treas., Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd. Honolulu, May 20, 1901. 6861 HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21, F. & A. M. MEETING NOTICE. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. A A. M., at its hall. Masonic Tem ple, corner of Hotel and Alakea streets, this Wednesday evening, May 22d, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IN THE FIRST DEGREE. Members of Pacific Lodge, Lodge le Progres, and all sojourning brethren are fraternally invited to attend. By order of the W. M. K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary. "To LODGES AND SOCIETIES. UPON THE APPLICATION OF four lodges I will fit up and furnish an up-to-date lodgeroom, with neces sary ante rooms and committee room, at my new building, corner South and King streets. For further particulars, apply to W. W. WRIGHT'S Carriage Shop, Fort street. Ifc " Early application is necessary. 5S63 Terms Cash. purchaser. Deeds at expense of ahead of those States In which the ir ginian influence has been predominant. I think thvre can be little doubt that this -different result has been largely if not wholly the nesult of her admirable ! educational system. I have neither the time to elaborate nor .uld your read ers hav the inclination to read all that might be said in regard to educational efficiency on man as a mere productive machine. To oome home. Our population is composed for the most part of those peo ple brought here for the purpose of laboring- -on plantations. Tneir children, born here, will become American citizens endowed with all the rights, immunities and privileges of Amei ican citizenship, among which will be the right to vote, to hold offllce and even to become mem bers of the Legislature Can you, Mr. Editor, even contemplate the ' condition of this Territory to rear up a majority of its citizens not able to read or write the language of the Terri tory? I do not believe for one moment that you who propounded these queries, would answer a ly one of them, as some of your readers might infer, from the tenor or splril of the article. Indeed, when I first read the articles. I thought j uanu street to the initial point, con I the whpls thing a joke, or that you were taining an area of about 13-100 of an putting up a tar baby or man of straw, acre, ana Deing a portion or K. P. that some of the unwary like myself I fTant) No. 4005 to M. Kekuanoa and might knock it down and find it eawty.k-iS '5 .,,. . tav A. Mauer in all the land described If you propo- seriously or If any one ,n sal(J R p (grant) Nqj 4005 to M. propose the thesis that these children Kekuanoa. should have no provision for education, " , I think it, 1 should almost say mon- ; strous. Thinking foreigners have re- For further particulars, apply to E. garded and do regard the excellent pub- j A. Mott-Smith, attorney for the un 11c school system of America her great- ; dersigned. eat elorv. They so further than this in i E. H. WODEHOTTSE. thinklna that her industrial, commercial j Assignee of Mortgagee. NO SWAMPS around the No freshet will enter the property. THERE IS AN OFFER to boy note secured by said mortgage when due. Notice is hereby also given that all and singular the lands, tenements and hereditaments hereinafter described (being all the lands, tenements and hereditaments intended to be conveyed part of the property by a great man.- by said mortgage) will be sold at r ,Jb-1 facturlng company. The chances ars lie auction at the auction rooms of . James F. Morgan in said Honolulu, onitts offer may be accepted. There V Saturday, the loth day of June. A. D. vsry res son to believe the prices iwi, at i o ciik'K noon or said aav. The premises to be sold are all that piece and parcel of land situate on Nuuanu street in said Honolulu, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the south corner of this lot on the north side of Nuuanu street, at a point 170 feet mauka of the north corner of Beretanla and Nuuanu streets, and running: (1) N. 34 25' W. true, 102.3 feet along L. C. A No. 123 to A. Paki. (2) N. 2 50' W. true, 27.1 feet along L. C. A. No. 123 to A. Paki. (3) N. 68c 45' E. 'rue, 41.9 feet along Auld. (4) S. 27 30' E. true. 111 feet along vary reason ots will increase In a short time. owner of tne property will give all aaaneas to purchasers to make moasfl on their investments. TBS GROUND IS SUPERIOR If any tract In the market. THB PREMISES are situated wit n one mile and a half from the poat- TBD GOVERNMENT PIPES are laid along the upper tion of the property. THE PRICES are the cheapest of tract within two miles from the cental NOTICE. DURING MY TEMPORARY AB sence from the Islands, Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.. are authorized to act for me under full power of at torney. CAPT. L. AHLBORN. Honolulu, May 20, 1901. 5S62 Auld to Nuuanu street. (5) S. 47 36' W. true, 41.6 along Nu- the City. THB TERMS which wUl be given t purchasers will be the best ever gives by any Real Estate Dealer or Brokat- durlng the last twenty years in Hoasr- tola. J FOR TERMS or more particulars a ty to s Dated Honolulu, Oahu, 5863 May 22, 1901. MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P. and agricultural supremacy due in a large measure to the energy and intel ligence developed in all her youth by the excellent opportunities provided for edu cation and training throughout her do- mains- ' MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P., Even in the late war with Spain it was I nod an important meeting tonight found owing to the want of provision May 22: 1901, in their Castle Hali, made for the education of the Spanish i Fort street, at 7 o'clock. Work in the soldier and sailor, that her men-of-war j Third Rank. All brothers of the lodge could not be successfully manned, be- I and members of Oahu Lodge and so cause of the want of training of her en- j Journing brothers are requested to be glneers and the want of intelligence in . present. Prompt attendance Is desired. her seamen, that nothing but education j J oraer or can develope. We have a babel of tongues in Hawaii. Nothing else can unify these various ' languages except elementary public schools. It is a transitional state here and the excellent provisions hitherto made by the public-spirited and far- HATCH i SILLIMAN HAVE RE sighted men and women, who have con- : moved their offices to the STANGEN trolled affairs in the Islands have done ! WALD BUILDING, third floor, oppo- H. J. GALLAGHER. C. C. A E. MURPHY, P. C, K. of K A 8. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. much to unify and consolidate a hor- geneous people out of this heterogeneous mass of plantation laborers. With all the money that has been spent and all the effort made by an in telligent and earnest body of teachers, nothing has yet been accomplished but to give the youth the merest rudiments of a primary education. The ability to site elevator. 6861 NOTICE. ALL BILLS OWING T. B. CLAP ham, D. V. S., must be settled by May 31st, otherwise they will be given my lawyer for collection. 5S53 MRS. T. B. CLAPHAM. S. M. KANAKANUI. SURVEYOR GBR OF TRACT CO. OR TO AND MANA-KAPIOLANI W. G. AGHI & GO., REAL ESTATE DEALERS AND BROKERS. TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS, A piece of land fronting on South street, and running through to Chamberlain street, the frontage on each of said streets being 140 feet, and having a depth of 140 feet. This property Is suitable for the erection of warehouses and stores. For terms, apply to the KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD. 5794 a-s a ucsnu