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Following is the complete, of-
hcial itinerary mapped out for the
Congressional party while they are.
in the Hawaiian Islands:
Monday, Miiy 3 Arrive Hono
lulu per S. S. Sierra early a m.
Motors will meet party at wharf ing, the following bill is running
an.l take menbers direct to Monna'its course through the Legislature:
Hotel at Waikiki beach. The ho-1 "Si-ction 1. The boaids of sup
tel is the headquaricrs of the party ervisors of the several conntiesand
in Honolulu. jCitv and County are hereby an-
Afternoon Surfing and bathing thorized and empowered to make
at Waikiki. j appropriations not exceeding the
Evening Reception bv Cover-
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nor Fink mm. at t ip Pa hop at
eight p. m., dancing in the throne
Tuesday May 4 Morning: Leave
Moana Hotel nine o'clock for tour
by motor car of Honolulu; visiting
Kaiulani school (where they will
be choral singing and flag exer
cises); Bishop Museum, Kameha
meha schools, College of Hawaii,
Puuahou academy, McKinley high
school. Normal school.
Luncheon a t roof garden of
Young Hotel as guests of Hono
lulu Ad Club.
' Afternoon: Motor cars to Forts
Ruger and De Russy.
Evening: Luau given by Hon.
John C. Lane, Mayor of Honolulu,
at Kapiolani Park,
Wednesday, May 5 Pearl Har
bor and Schofield Barracks. Leave
hotel at nine a. m. Take steamer
at naval whart. proceed outside to
Pearl Harbor entrance and land at
naval station, where new drydock,
coal handling plant and shops may
be visited; by train or motor to
Schofield Barracks; luncheon there;
review of 5000 troops in afternoon.
Evening: Hands-Round the
Pacific Club international chowder
party at Outrigger Club, Waikiki.
Sail at ten p. m. for Island of
Maui, per S. S, Mauna' Kea. .
Thursday, May 6 Arrive at Ka
hului, Maui, early a. m. The
members of the party will lie as
signed to various private homes
for entertainment, and will be met
at the wharf by their hosts and
taken charge of; ten a. m. take
train to Haiku, motors to home
steads and rineapple cannery;
luncheon at cannery.
Afternoon: Motors about sugar
plantatations; dinner at Puunene
mill, followed by water carnival in
which Duke Kahamamoku, world's
champion swimmer, will partici
pate. Friday, May 7 Morning: Visit
to breakwater and Kahului harbor;
luncheon and leception i n Iao
Afternoon: Motor to Lahaina;
luau under the banvan tree in the
court house grounds in evening.
Sail for Hawaii, ten p. m., per S.
S Mauna kei. ,
Saturday, May 8 Arrive Kai
lua, Hawaii, seven a. m. Break
fast aboard the Mauna Kea; motor
through kona to Napoopoo; visit
Captain Cook's monument at Ke
alakekua; luncheon at Napoopoo;
leave at one p. m. for the volcano
by motor, through Kona, over the
lava flows, and throuch Kau; ar
rive Volcano House seven p. m.
Dinner at Volcano House; motor
into the crater of Kilauea to the
pit of Halemaumau, view of the
"Lake of Fire" at night.
Sunday, May 9 At Volcano
House crater of Kilauea by day
light; fern forest; lava tubes, etc
Monday. May 10 Leave Vol
cano House, ten a. m., for Hilo,
arrive at twelve noon.
Monday and Tuesday; May 10
and 11 at Hilo and vicinity, pro
gram not yet arranged but will in
elude railroad trip along Hilo and
Hamakua coast to Paauilo and re
turn, visits to Rainbow falls, the
boiling pots, the Hilo breakwater,
Cocoanut island and, possibly, Pa
hoa lumber mill, Green lake and
Wednesday, May 12 Sail from
Hilo ten a. m. for Nawiliwili, Ka
uai. direct; daylight along the
Thursday, May 13 Arrive Na
wihwih, Kauai, ten a, m. The
ProbaMy with a view to giving
the outside islands a chance to
"extend" themselves in case
the poi and pink lemonade
run out while the Congressional
party is in the midst of the feast-
sum 01 lwo An"sanU Dollars
f 1 rfi rr I
''wu'uu ' c vi , noni
any moneys in their respective
treasuries, for the purpose of pub
lic celebrations, and the entertain
ment of sucb distinguished per
sons as may from time t time
visit such counties or City and
Teachers Bill Is Law
Governor Pinkham last Tues
day signed Act 114, providing for
"a retirement fund for pensioning
retired teachers of the public
schools of Hawaii, and to regulate
the collection, management and
disbursement thereof." It is un
certain when the system can be
put into effect, as numerous de
tails of arrangement will have first
to be gotten out of the way.
members of the party will be as
signed to various private homes
for their entertainment Thursday
night. Upon landing they will be
taken charge of by their various
hosts. Luncheon at Niumalu, the
beach home of Representative I.
H. Coney, on Nawiliwili harbor.
After luncheon motors to the lee
ward side of the island, Eleele,
Waimea, Kekaha. Evening, pub
lic reception at Lihue and Wai
mea. Friday, May 14 M o r n i n g:
Short excursions to various points
within reach of the homes of the
After luncheon, automobile ride
to Hanalei valley, where the Ma
una Kea will be boarded at five
Saturday, May 15
Arrive Ho -
nolulu early. Party may disem
bark at any time desired, and mo
tors will take members to Moana
Hotel. There is no program for
this day, but there will be bath
ing and surfing at the beach, and
probably a band concert and dance
at the hotel in the evening.
Sunday, May 16 A day of rest.
Monday, May 17 Around the
tsianu ot Uanu by motor; leave
Moana Hotel at nine a. m. arrive
Haleiwa Hotel one p. m. Lunch
eon and rest, with perhaps a mili
tary band concert; return to Hono
lulu over the Wahiawa plain3, past
Evening: Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday, May 18 Visit to sugar
plantations near Honolulu. De
tails to be arranged.
Evening: Reception by Dele
gate Kuhio at his Waikiki home.
Wednesday, May 19 O pen.
Part of party sail at 10 a. m for
San Francisco per S. S. Wilhel
tnina. Thursday. May 20 Balance of
party sail for S-n Francisco per S.
'Yes; smoking is an awful
Kauai will have another elec
tion next Tuesday, this being
the final in the contest for county
offices. There are only four of
fices to be filled, as follows: Coun
ty attorney, county auditor, super
visor for Waimea district and
supervisor for Kawaihau district.
In the cases of the county at
torney and county auditor, Kaeo
and Maser were not opposed in the
primary but failed to get a major
ity of the votes the latter fail
ing to win out bv only a few
In Kawaihau district Rodrigues,
the Republican, although polling a
high vote, must go before the
people again for the reason that
he is opposed by a Democrat,
Louis Hanohauo. both being nomi
nated by the primary.
In Waimea district Mr. Brandt
is running again for the reason
that he did not poll a majority of
the votes cast. He had two op
ponents of the same political faith,
but no opposition by the Demo
crats. While he came out ahead
of either of his competitor; (two in
number) he failed of a majority
over all, which is required by the
law as it now stands. Mr. Brandt
is therefore unopposed, but has to
secure a majority of the votes cast.
The election does not promise to
be very exciting, as there are no
contests except in the Kawaihau
district, and the voters over there
seem luke-warm as to the issue,
An Unusual Accident
Ahoy Wong, lineman for the Ka
uai Telephonic Co., broke a wrist
bone of the right arm while en
gaged in cranking an auto, and is
out of commission for the present.
The mishap occurred at Anahola.
Passengers In And Out
The following sailed by the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday for Hono
lulu: Mrs. A. Bechert, the Misses
!Bechert (3), Miss Bandmann, M.
Ozaki. T. Ishonoga, Rev. J. W,
The following arrived on Kauai
in the Kinau Wednesday morning
Mrs. Edmondspn, Dr. Hope,
Miss Edger, Mrs. Heaton, S. P.
Thomas, P. G. Reiley, Mrs. Cres
saty, J. A. Mcintosh. Mrs. Mc
intosh, Master Mcintosh, W. T.
Frost. Sid Spitzer. Mr. Fitzpat
rick. C. S, Judd, Mrs. M. Bergen,
Mrs. M. Perreira, Mrs. Soares
Miss Soares and 60 deck.
The following arrived in the W
G. Hall Friday morning:
David L. Larsen, assistant patho
logist of the Experment Station;
A. Gartlev, director of C. Brewer
6 Co.; A. C. Furer, surveyor of
the proposed new Waioouli rail
road; C. B. Gage, manager the
Gregg Company; Rev. F. A. Sav
ior, of the Episcopal church work;
Judge Sanford B. Dole, of the U.
S. District Court; Win. G. Hall,
manager Cotton, Neill Co.; J. D
Tucker, land commissioner;E. Gal
lagher, Kong Lung and W. M.
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