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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911
Bishop & Co.
Kauai's Beautiful Scenery
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A SCKNH IN WAl.MI'.A CANYON. Here the scenery clianes in Ualeidnscojiic mder, and keeps the visitor at a tension of
keenest interest, as variation follows variation in the view that passes lul'ore the eye. A tour of this locality is well worth the
trouble and expense of a lon journey, though it is ea-y to roach.
Kauai Picture Cards
Mr. H. Rohrig, of the Liliue
Store, has received quite a large
number of postal cards made trom
the photos of Kauai scenes, which
' were taken bv Mr. Haker some
months ago. Mr. Rohrig has also
received a large picture ot the
banquet assembly at the Young
Hotel on September 23, of members
of the Civic Convention being held
at that time.
One Eye Saved
The Japanese who blew himself
up with giant powder at drove
Farm about two weeks ago will
lose only one of his eyes, the other,
however, being completely de
stroyed. He will recov r entirely
from his other injuries.
Only Open Hearth wire is used in
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calise it is toURhcr, stronger, more
durable likir.l,l t; ma irAH kiIh itn.
any other fence wire made. Lead annealing gives it
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THR WPI TUA T UCT TTk
Honolulu, January 26, 1914.
Beside securing from Kauai
agricultural and other exhibits for
the main building, the Hawaii F'air
Commission is now making ex
tensive plans for the part which
i the Harden Island will play in the
, Pauama-Pacilic Exposition :it San
Francisco in 1915. Not only will
all her industries be shown, to
gether with other mediums of
attraction, but the eni.ii'- island
will form a section of the 1ase a
great advertising proposition, w il.
out doubt the largest c r under
taken by any local fair co: .nnissiuu
A noted scenic artist of S-iu
Francisco, who urricd in t h e
islands a short time ago in busini ..-s
for the commission, : c e n t 1 -visited
Kauai with a view to making
sketches of cau uns, vallevs, lu -
and other points of intL-iest. I'po-.i
his return to Honolulu the plan-',
of the commission weie slightly
changed and the members, alter
considerable discussion, came to
the conclusion that thev had some
thing at home which would fill the
bill with regard to a Kauai seen:
for the Hawaii building at the fair.
Therefore, I). Howard Hitchcock's
beautiful painting of Il.tualei !5.iy
will be copied bv the scenic artist
upon a canvas sixty fee' high. As
a result of the artist's trip to the
Oardell Island, all the little details
of the scenery will be put iu tliur
proper position. When completed,
this ii'cture will form one of the
so'called dioramas which will be
exhibited in the main entrance hall
The novel manner in which these
dioramas are arranged in place, as
well as the peculiar lighting effect
leads a person looking at them to
believe that he is actnallv overlook
-in the scene done in oil before
him. The pictures are arranged
separately, each being curved back
of a window from which it may be
viewed. The effect is striking and
the one depicting Hanalei Jiay,
done with re :i ivk iblv true color
work, is bound t attract unlimited
interest. Asidj from this diorama
the building' will boast of several
transparencies of scenes on the
Garden I-.laud, these scenes to be
especially selected bv the com
n ission for this purpose.
In order to properly carry out
the advertising scheme, folders
containing views and the attract
ions of the ( l.u den Island will be
given away, and a lecturer will be
always on hand to answer any
questions put by those who visit
the building. The Promotion Com
mittee, in order to assist at tins
time in advertising Kauai, has
forwarded Jo Tin; (l.i;pf. Island
a number of reproductions of scenes
on that island which will be run
in the ) aper from time to time
It is expected bv the commission
l nil Kauai will coutriPute in a
liberal manner to the other ex
hibits to be shown in the Hawaii
building. Dr. E. Y. Wilcox of the
expi i lllletil s!al:oti at Honolulu
ha.-, bien placed' in charge of'the
agricul' u . .il i x-V ibits.
NOW READ THE ADS
AVIATOR GU N
SHAKES THE DUST
T o m Gunn bag, baggage,
aeroplane, hydroplane, helpers and
all boarded the V. G. Hall at
Nawiliwili late Tuesday for Hono
lulu, The air-fliers were quite
bulky and had to be strapped down
to the boat to keep them from wa
ter planing on Nawiliwili bay; hut
were finally gotten aboard. Tom
was very sore about something
when he left. It appears that of
the Si, 000.00 guaranteed him by
the promoters downHanapepe way,
S 100.00 had been held backforsome
claim which the promoters had
against t h e aviator. This made
Thomas sore; and he went away
vowing that he would roast Kauai
in general and the promoters in
particular in the papers at Hono
lulu. Gunn said, before . leaving, that
he had enjoyed his visit to Kauai
and had been treated nicely by
many people. He held out to the
last that unfavorable wind (not
"cold feet") and circumstances
over which he had no control were
responsible for his failure to put on
a satisfactory program here.
The aviator will have only a
short time in Honolulu before sail
ing for the Orient, in consequence
of which, he said, he would pro-!
bably not fly again in the Islands.'
1. 1. S. N. Investigation
The Public Utilities Commission
at Honolulu, yesterday began an
investigation of the Intej-Island ,
Steain Navigation Commmv. Tn.'
jvitations had.' been, sent out for
complaints on the part of the pub-
it;.-, if ...... i . .
"-i " '. i 'i wus aniicipaieu
that tin hearings would be quite
interesting: : The sessions will be
continued from time to time until
the subject has been thoroughly
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'of the Hawaii building.