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THE HAWAIIAN SI ATI. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 190S,
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HONOLULU JUNK CO.,
Bottles of all descriptions bought.
Dealers In all kinds of metals.
Office and store, 311 Queen street.
Hawa ' inn Carriage
7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Car
riages and Vehlclcfc, Wagons, Wagon
Materials; of all descriptions supplied;
Rubber Tires put on at reasonable
prices; Repairing, Painting and Trim
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HABT & CO., LTD
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Chocolates and Confections
I co Cream and Water Icea
it m remt m i guy
Oahu Railway and land Co.'s
OCTOBER 6, 1904.
Toe Waiairae, Walalua, Kohuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17: SO a. m., 9:15 a. m.,
U:05 a. an., 2:15 p. r... 3:20 p. m.,
5:lfi p. in., 19:?0 p. m tU:J5 p. m.
'kirivn Honolulu from Kahuku. Wal
alua and Waianae 8:36 a. m., 5:31
(t-Hv Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Peart City 17:46 a. m., 8:3Gxo, m.,
10:38 a. m., VA0 p. m., i:31 p. m.,
5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. in.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday at
1:23 ou m., returning arrives in tuono
hilu at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited stops
only at Pearl City and Waianae.
D. P. DENISON,
P. C. SMITH,
G. P. & T. A.
Tho Ewa Plantation Company,
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The "Walmea Sugar Mill Company.
Tin, Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Company.
The George F. Blake Steam Pump.
Wee ton's Centrifugals.
The New England Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Company of
The Alliance Assurance Company of
THE HAWAIIAN HE ALT 1'
AND MATURITY CO. Ltd.
Ileal Estate, Mortgages, Loans and
Investment Securities. Homes built oo
the Installment plam.
Home OfDoe: Mclntyre Building., T. H
L. IC KENTWELL, General Manager
Sol manufacturers and agents of
genuine Kola Mint. (Don't buy poor
Imitations.) I'hone Main, 71.
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"I was grievously ndlictcd with bilious
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slvo, food distressed wo, I suffered much
from headache, my skin was sallow, and the
many remedies recommended mo did no
good. At last I commenced using Ajcr's
Sarsaparilla, and my Improvement began
almost from tlio llrst dose. It relieved tho
distress alHiut my liver, caused my food to
digest well, cured my lien.l.iclie, Improved
my complexion, and restored my appetite.
Tlicso unl(Kped-for but grateful results
were accomplished by only two and a half
bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla." JIus.Lydi a
M.Taiuiox, Altoona, I'a.
There are many imitation
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Castle & Gooke,Ltd
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
J. r. Cooke, Manager.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President
L. T. Peck Third Vice-President
J. Wnterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS FOR ,
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugai
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul AgrJci UM.,al Company,
Kihei PiantaMon Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahului Railroad Company,
Hateakala Ranch Company.
& CO, LTD,
HONOLULU, H. T
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, alluku Sugar Company,
Ockala Sugar Plantation Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala
Planters' Line Shipping Company.
Charles Brewer & Co's Line of Bos
LIST OF OFFICERS.
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr.
E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Secy.
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones Director
C. H. ool:e Director
J. R. Gait Director
All of the above named constitute
the Board of Director-.
Best Meal in Town
Hotel Street near Nuuanu.
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I Read offer on page 7.
THE PA UK EXPERT DISCUSSES THE MANY POINTS OP SCENIC IN
TEREST IN WHICH HE SAYS HONOLULU IS SURPASSINGLY IUCII.
HE DESCRIBES EACH OF THESE AND TELLS WHAT OUGHT TO
DE DONE WITH THEM. ,
ContliUiliiK his report Mr. Robinson
b. SCENIC RESERVATIONS.
, , , ,
In a city like Honolulu, of its size,
with no large class of Industrial oper-
utlves requiring outdoor physical exer-
else, and with views mul natural scon-
ery the great attraction of the city,-
one good sized park Is enough to dev. I-
op distinctly us a pleasureground. To
this purpose, as lias been said, Kaplo
lanl citTi bo very properly devoted. Rut
the city's need of scenic reservations,
that the great viewpoints may be sc-
cured for nil the people, Is more than
usually urgent. vine case is one ui
large obligations Involved by noble
gifts and opportunities; nnd ns an In
dividual could do no lovelier public
work than to sot aside a beautiful
viewpoint for perpetual public enjoy
ment, It Is to be hoped that some of
these advantageous sites will be thus
presented, as In other cities, to the coin-
munlty. What Is not given, the people
muse secure iui uiuhibuivch uuuus"
Hannlly. a comparatively largo acre-
age can uc ei me i. -
par, n neuus .. i.u m.,u;u,w
for the feature is the view, from uh.ch
It is not uesiraoic to u.airuui unuui.u. ,
tho cost of maintenance Is at a mini-
mum, because the park is to be left so
largely in a natural state; the land
generally costs little, since the most ad
vantageous viewpoints are likely to be
hills too steep pr too high to be vnlu
aoie us uuuu ,,K sues, ,.u
lion ueuuuis iiiiiu iruiu aaacaamuu i"-
tals. Thus there Is no other kind of
park that requires so little care and so
little outlay and on tho whole gives
such satisfaction. The only embarrass
mont in Honolulu is the multitude of
Beginning with the Pali, ns tho great
scenic attraction or tne island ana one
of the fine views of the world, there Is
already constructed a road for approach
of which the county has reason to be
proud. At the summit of the pass and
for a considerable distance below, the
area is a public reservation, under effi
cient charge. There Is here, then. In
fact, If not In name, a scenic park, and
there Is need of only a few finishing
LUUUIIL'S IU UHllte 11 WllilL 11 UUgllL HI Utr,
These Include the provision of seats at
advantngeous points along tho Pall
road that walking thither may be en
couraged nnd made easier, and that the
beautiful views on the way up and
down may be suggested. Such points
would be, among others, at the pool;
at the turn after crossing the culvert.
In the horseshoe curve, when the city
and valley lie below; and at tho ex
treme western turn higher up. when a
noble view of the mountains is un
folded. Similarly, footpaths or trails
should be made to points off the main
road that offer exceptional outlooks,
such as to tho knoll near the now dam
and to tho knolls nnd natural ledges
that are on either side of the road just
at the summit, nnd which disclose fine
new views. At the summit there should
bo provided an appropriately designed
shelter from rain and wind, and be
noath the abrupt bank on tho right
ui-ro is a buuu sue lor a puunc con- Lo3 AngcIcs has received from a cltl-
venlence station. At tho lookout the zen n glft ot nlls and woods In Grlf.
Incongruous and lildfous wooden fence mh Park now UlQ state of New York
should be removed to make way for a ,8 reBervlng tne Adirondack and the
rough wall of lava rock that would fit catskills-thlnk of these, and ask your-
into the scene. With these slight Im- soivcs ll0W thelr ark llVallabIlity is
provements, requiring little of tho to be compared t0 tbat ot Tantalus,
coung0ne Pall would take tho high wlth moUtnln8, sea, and tropical for-
plao- in Vark lists to which it Is en- estiall EO cIose to tbe cltVi reacned
'"0 by good road and trail, and the prop
Proceeding Waiklklward, the next crty already of the people, except for
great outlook on which I would urge a such little house lots as the govern
publlc reservation is the so-called hotel ment bas parted with selling the nub-
slto on the summit of Pacific Heights.
Thenco there is one of the most beauti-
ful views to be had near Honolulu. Ono
looks down upon Punchbowl, and the
lovely Nuuanu valley Is disclosed as
from no other point. It would be a
shame If the community suffered this
outlook, now going seemingly to waste,
to be fenced off in hotel grounds. The
commonest criticism of tho site as that pended nergy in pleading that this
for a park, or scenic reservation, Is publicly owned tract, to obtain the
based on Its inaccessibility. But an like of which any city in the States
easy carriage road affording charming would bond Itself for millions, should
views leads to It in no more time from be parted with no more. It is our
Fort and Hotel streets than ono needs right to Insist ifpon that,
to go to Kaplolani Park, and because There are some practical questions,
one cheaply constructed und dangerous howtver, to be considered. My plea
electric road, that followed all the would be that tho government, now
twistlngs of tlie carriage drive, has controlling the property, make It a
failed, there is no reason why a better Government Park Just ns States are
built road, following a shorter course, putting aside their best scenic treas
and with the added attraction of a Ures for stato parks and tho Federal
public park should not pay. Sucli a goverlment is making National parks,
road would doubtless bring the suggest- n would be doing honor to Itself In
ed site thirty to fifty per cent nearer doing this; and how Mtle this is to
in tlmo to tho center of tho' city than nsk where the land Is already owned
is Kaplolani Park. My opinion is that and does not have to bo purchased. At
here Is ono of tho most beautiful and best or worst, there are few lots that
available park sites of Honolulu, which could still be sold, and It Is estimated
Is saying a great deal, and that the that, if all these woro disposed of, the
reason has boon so commonly over- government would receive only $15,000
looked Is largely because the slopes of which, funded would give tho prlnce
whlch It forms tho crown nro less at- ly income of $300 a year. In exchange
tractive In contour than tho striking for tho people's enjoyment of such an
and precipitous sides of Punchbowl or estate. Better, if the government must
than tile beautiful rolling hills or than have money out of Tantalus, that It
tho higher mountalnsboyond with tholr put aside tho land still held and re
covering of trees. acquire, as opportunity offers, what it
Tho loss precipltou sides, liowovor has now lost, nnd then lease to prlvnto
are an advantago; approaches, that parties as does the Stato of Now York
only need repairs, nro already built for in tho Adlrondacks certain camping
pedestrians and carriages; and water is bungalow right. By so doing it could
avnllablo nt onco in ample volume, not only obtain a much hotter Incomo;
Since tho other sconle reservations re- but it would bo abio to safeguard tho
quiro very little money for their dovel- wholo property, choosing tho campers
opment, as this looks down on the boBt and restricting their improvements and
residential section of the city, as It Is use of tll "Uos to such things as
convenient to tho business district, and could not injure the goneral landscapo
as natural conditions are so favorable
ii.... i .. . .1 . .. 1, ' .... r..,v!
uiui liiltjU luauna musk luiuc n.ii; nuin
mouernte expenuuures, i recommenu
the development nt this point of the
,...., .,., ,. ... ,. ,,.....
n;B,g lUtrat;l,01i: but the
,,..,. ,. trrace8. ,,,.
im(, ttt)V.en cun en8l,y bp obtanodi nnd
outlook8 ure suggested by many a knoll
.,,.,.,,,,.. .....i, ita ()I)enlng of dlf-
Should the park be located here, tile
road that climbs the hillside should bo
made an adequate park approach. Trees
so planted along its bord rs ns not to
ntorfero wlth ,ho vlew ., ,lot onIy
maU pleasaiitcr the way but will do
much to give beauty to the bill. As
to a railroad to the summit, It ought
not to follow tills drive. A short cog
who 1 or balanced cut road could be
run up the precipitous Nuuanu side
without marring the slope seen from
tho city, or nt easier grade and offering
better access to the houses that may be
buJR Qn the hclgh.Bi coula follow the
green ravine In front. Thence Its ex
tnnalnn nrnnnil t p bond nf Mlf Vllllev.
. . ,. . .,,,
wag once proposeii, should be aecom
pl,shcd wlth 0 grent aifllculty and
... llnfnlf1ln f n u.nniinrf, .
oranm Qf v,ewg guch W(jrk wou,d bo
r mnkl Ule most of the lnSplrlnB
op)ortunltles you luu.Ci a work tlmt
wouW contrlbuto not ,eas to Ule delight
of the citizens of Oahu county Mian to
that of tourists. The one danger 1
making readily accessible to the peopl
such a gr(jnt natura, reservation . as
Tantalus is their possible abuse of It
linf fill a nnulil tin nrnvniitnfl hv Rtrlot
nnd ,t tQ be romembcrod that
the tract belongs to the people, that
there can be no Justice in making parks
m. j)Ubp gcenc reservat,ons exciusV0
and thnt vtry seldom, when the peoplo
are trusted, do they violate the trust
1)y the ijUry of their own property.
As suggesed by the foregoing, Tan
talus is the next tract that I urge to
,mve dtdlcated t0 pubUc cnoyment aS
a scenic reservation. You are too fam
iliar with the beauty of the scene, with
the delight of the long shady drive or
walk through the forest reservation,
with the novel charm and beauty or
the natural forest higher up, with tho .
,ove,y des and Kladps between tno
ridges, with the loveliness of the brok
en landscape in Its variety of devlop
munt, with the splendor of the outlook
from very vantage point, to make It
necessary for me to try to picture the
scene as an argument in behalf of a
park reservation there. The Tantalus
park should be,with the fur uncertain
ty of Us furlhef boulldary as ono iooUs
across to other mountains, the ono
irrpnt ivnrlfr fnr TTnnnllllll tlirf lilf- nf
God,s m 0mt cIUcg nQW are ,carn.
ing to secure and save for the people,
that they may get close to nature, for
getting the fences nnd survey 'lines
which civilization lias thrown, like a
netword of prison walls, upon tho
Think of how Boston has secured
the Middlesex Falls and the Blue Hills;
how New York, where land Is so pre
cious, lias put aside Bronx Park with
it twilight forest; how Chicago is
piannln(? for Vast Inland tracts, how
c brtb right for a cunful of nor-
ridge. It were absurd to have to ar-
gue for a p.. k reservation on Tanta-
iU3, The place does its own arguing
f0r the spot is visibly a natural, God-
gVen j,ark; and I would show little
respect for the intelligence of the peo-
pi0 of Honolulu, and do scant honor
to the Board of Supervisors, if I ex-
Arc you aware that the glad Bock Beer season has come
round again? Bock Beer is a special yearly brew which occurs
in the spririg, and as the product is limited, the season i& of
s'hort duration. PRIMO BOCK is the best of all Bock Beer
and is an ideal spring beverage. Beside being pleasant to the
taste, it' braces a man up and puts him in condition to success
fully combat the hot summer days which are coming.
r rsr r,ess
and over The Only Doublo-Tri .k Railway between the Missouri River and
Tliroe X?ast Trains Ioiily
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAdO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS.
OVERLAND LIMITED, VESTIBU LED. Leaves San Francisco dally 11:N
The most luxurious train in the wo rid. Now Pullman drawing room and
stateroom cars built expressly for this famous train. Gentleman's buffet and
Lady's parlor observation car. Book- lovers Library. Dining car meals a
la carte. Electric lighted throughout
EASTERN EXPRESS. VESTIBU LED. Leaves San Francisco at 6:30 p.
m. Dally. Through Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleeping Cars to Chicago,
Dining Cars. Free Reclining Chair Caw.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS. VESTIBU LED. Leaves San Francisco at 6:00 p
m. Dally. Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
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effect or bar the public from enjoying
the park as a whole. If more money
still were wished, there is a large area
over which scientific forestry could bo
But even to territories money is not
everything. There are certain benefits
that ure more to be desired, and that,
only indirectly economic, do bring In
money returns such as delighting resi
dents, so that the ttrrltory grows In
population; ns delighting- tourists, so
that they return and others come; as
offering opportunities for experiments
In horticulture which result in Increas
ing the pruoductlveness the charm and
the wealth ot the island; as giving
to the people n place where tired nerves
can rest and exhausted constitutions
bo rclnvigoratcd for this would be
more than merely a scenic park. Re
servo Tantalus, where there is need
of little landscape work beyond cut
ting a few trails and, some day, mak
ing a new road which, skirting the
slopes of Round Top and Sugar Loaf
shall reach the Manoa valley and ren
der it unnecssary to come and go by
one .way, and it Is easy to foresee that
these and other gains shall come. As
to the makai limit of tho reservation
I have examined the three lines pro
posed, by the Senate Committee, by
the Research Club and as a compro
mise. "My only query is, Why the
modesty of the lower line why not
st.ve more? But my advice Is, take all
you can get now, wherever the lino
comes; and the park will justify itself
and there will rise a popular demand
for Its extension such that It will be
carried lower though tho delay may
cost the community larger expense and
some loss of beauty.
LAHAINA WATER RIGHTS.
In accordanco with the plan of Sup
erintendent Holloway regarding water
rights for Lahalna, Acting Governor
Atkinson yesterday authorized the ap
pointment of a commission to fix a
value of the water needed. The gov
ernment intends to purchase the neces
sary water at the prlco fixed upon, or
take the matter into the courts.
ea Fiber and
FOR A SHORT TIME.
Is offering special Inducements
on the .above line ot furniture.
HOTEL AND UNION STREETS.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of stockhold
ers ot the Pepeekeo Sugar Company
held this day, the following officers
were elected to servo for the ensuing
Charles M .Cooko President
Vm. H. Baird Vice-President
Geo. H. Robertson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
S. M. Damon Director
T. R. Robinson Auditor
All of the above named gentlemen,
except th'e Auditor, constituting the
Board of Directors.
E. F. BISHOP.
Secretary Pepeekeo Sugar Company.
Honolulu, March 9, 100G.
on njoMPJun, ltd,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at the
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company, notice is hereby given to all
holders of bonds of this Company num
bered from 1 to 750, both Inclusive, to
present the samo for payment to the
Treasurer of the Company, at his office
in the Hackfeld Building, in Honolulu,
on the 1st day of April, A. D. 1906; and
notlco Is also given that no further in
terest will be paid on bonds outstand
ing after said 1st day of April, 1906, as
Interest will cease on said day.
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Pated, Honolulu, February 23, 1906.
NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF BONDS.
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO.,
Notice is hereby given that xno Wala
lua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised its right to pay the whole
of Its bonds issued and dated April 1,
1901, amounting to One Million ($1,000,-
000.00) Dollars, upon tho 1st day of
April, 1906, and that said bonds will be
paiu wun interest to April l, laoe, upon
presentation and surrender theredf at
the office of the company, upon March
31, 1906 (said April 1, 1906 lielng Sun
day); and notice is further given Uhat
the said Walalua Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will be in no -wiso
chargeable with interest upon said
bonds from and after said first day ot
"W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer Walalua Agricultural Com
Honolulu, T. H., February 24, 1906.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
A Special Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd.,
will be held at the office of the com
pany on Thursday, March 29th, 1906, at
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose ot
amending the By-Laws.
CH'AS. H. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, February 26th, 1906.
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired.
B37 " retanla St-eet.
Opposite Queen's Hospital.
"Tho man who occupies Gen. Gros
vpnor's scat," may bo Inquired for by
visitors to the next Congress. St. Louis