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THE WltKKtV HlU) TRIBtftfE, HILO, HAWAII, TUEDAV, JANUARY 23, 1906.
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THE ISLAND 01' HAWAII.
Enthusiastic Observations of n Visitor
Sights Wonderful and llcnutifnl.
"I weutto Japan, and was disap
pointed; I went to China and liked
Shanghai and Canton, but of all
the places I have visited west of
California, Hawaii has the finest
climate and the most attraction for
G. A. Parkyns, the Southern Pa
cific's right-hand man at Los Ange
les, who has been on leave of absent
for his health, as quoted by the
Honolulu Advertiser, makes the
Mr. Parkyns returned to Honolulu
on the Kinau from a visit to the
volcano of kilauea and registered at
the Young Hotel. If he was charmed
with Honolulu and its scenery, he
was more enthusiastic 'about what
he saw on the Island of Hawaii.
VOLCANO, FORBSTS, PLANTATIONS.
"I first saw the pit of Halemaumau
at flight. We were lucky that night,
for while we watched, a wind took
the smoke away and there stood out
two glowing forks of lava away
down deep in the pit, as fierce as
one would want to see them. Then
the smoke would cover it up and
later it would be shifted again. It
was an absorbing sight.
"I have never seen such forests
as you encounter around the edge
of the crater. Those fern forests,
tree moulds, koa lorcsts and the var
ious smaller craters in the vicinity
of the Volcano House are worth
any traveler's time. I wouldn't have
missed it for worlds.
"The Volcano House is a really at
tractive place, and Mr. Lycurgus,
who runs it, is a prince of hosts.
"Then that island has charmes of
color which one rarely finds else
where. The sugar plantations, as
one skirts the coast, are remarkable
as scenic attractions. At least they
were so to me.
WISH AND NBKDBD ADVIC8.
"But let me tell you one thing I
have noticed around Honolulu.
There are too many knockers.
They discourage one from going
over to see the volcano. .Why,
man, tuat volcano is one ot the
greatest attractions you have.. It
is the one, big attraction, and should
have world-wide publicity. It
dosen't pay the people here to dis
courage travelers irom going over
to Hilo and up to the volcano. Its
hogging the thing too much to do
business that way. Send all the
people over there.
"When I was in I,os Angeles and
had to talk to people a good deal
and tell them where to go, I knew
nothing whatever about the islands
or the volcano except what I had
read. Well, you can't be sincere
enough in talking from a book. I
am glad that I have come here and
seen things for myself. 'Seeiu's
believin'. Now I'll know just
what to tell people when I 'return
to the Coast and I'll tell them not
to miss the volcano trip. We had
a delightful run back from Hilo.
The water was smooth and there
was everything to make a comfort
"J believe there will be a great
tourist travel heading this way ,in
the future. People are just begin
ning to know about the islands.
Your Promotion Committee is doing
good work, and you have got just
the right man at the helm-Secretary
H. P. Wood. There is to be a great
tourist invasion of Southern Califor
nia this year and a good portion of
it is going to. get down to the Ha
"People are not coming here so
much to see some of the old life.
I don't believe they are looking for
that because since annexation I
believe they have come to the know
ledge that the place is American
and is being developed along
"But they will come down
here to try the climate. That is
whet the rich traveling class is do-
iug in all parts of the world look
ing for a good climate to spend a
winter, spring, summer or fall in.
They can find just the right cli
mate in Honolulu and the islands
in general. The air up at the vol
cano is fine and bracing." J-
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To Fly Hugs on All Islands.
Superintendent Babbet t is pre
paring for Superintendent Holloway
a list of school houses thoughout
the Territory which are without
flags and flagpoles, so that every
public educational building in the
island may have Old Glory flung to
the breeze at the proper hour every
morning in accordance with an net
of the last legislature. The act is en
titled an "Act to Promote the Dis
play of the United States flag," and
is desigued to made it easy for any
citizen to get all the flags he wants
at wholesale rates. "I have not
enough flags on hand," said Hollo
woy this morning, "and shall have
to send for some as I know just how
many we need. I have asked for a
list of the school houses, with infor
mation as to the size of the flags
needed, and shall send for what are
required beyond what we have on
The act requires the superintend
ent to supply every school and court
house in the Territory with a flag
of bunting or cotton, and a suitable
flagstaff or other arrangement where
by itmay be displayed. The school
teachers, or keepers of the court
house are required to fly the flags
on every day when the weather per
mits. The act also contains asectiou pro
viding that any citizen may buy a
flag from Holloway at cost, and as
Holloway can buy them from
Washington at cost, there will be' a
supply .of cheap flags. Star.
A. 11. Locbcnstciii.
"I shall go to Washington to get the
75 per cent. There is no truth in
the story that I am going to stir up
land matters. All that is beside the
mark. I am in honor bound to battle
for the one thing and shall do so.
I know there has been an under
current of fear here that I would kick
over the traces, but there i's nothing
in that." Advertiser.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Thos. G. Thrum, publisher of the
Hawaiian annual, corrects some
errors made in the last annual con
cerning eclipses to occur this year:
'The total eclipse of the moon' ' he
says, "to take place February 8,
instead of being invisible, as stated,
I find will occur as follows:
Moon enters penumbra at 6.24.1
p.m. Moon enters shadow at 7.27.0
p. m. Total eclipse being at 8.27.8
p.m. Middle of eclipse at 9. 1 7.0 p.
m. Eclipse ends at 10.06.2 p. m.
Moon leaves shadow at 1 1.07.0
p. m. Moon leaves penumbra at
o 09. 9 a.m. of the 9th. This makes
it the more important eclipse of the
vear to us, taking place, as shown
above from cvepiug to midnight, the
other total eclipse, to occur August
3-4 being from midnight to morning.
The second partial eclipse of the
sun, given as July 2, should read
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