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RAINIER DOTTLINQ JJi.sA sj I I I
Lookout On Punchbowl
To Be Built
With a Zag-Zag Path
PROMOTERS HAVE INTERESTING MEETING
A trail Is to be built up 1'unchbonl
Marking from near the head of Hack
fcld street. Tills Is for the benefit of
tourUts and the people of Honolulu
who doslro to make the ascent for tho
purpose of securing the unusual view.
The Honolulu Improvement Club favors
the Idea and passed resolutions to that
munlty was getting a full return for
tho money expended In advertising tno
Islands. Something like 500 tourists
are now scattsred about Honolulu and
the Islands, It was shown by Secre
tary Wood's report, and with excellent
prospects for b Ig Increases next
month and during February.
effect at Its last meeting. Yesterday Improvement Clubs,
the Promotion Committee at Its reg. a meeting of all the city Improve.
ular wwkly meeting took action In the' tnent clubs' will be held next Mondav
matter. Fred U Waldron, the newly J evening at the Young Hotel. .Mr. Kid
appointed member of the Committee well stated to the committee thai 11
from the Merchants' Association, was was desirable that a meeting of this
appointed a committee of one to con- kind bo called for the purposo of dl
tor with Governor Carter and Supvrln I cussing the plans and actions to t
tendent Holloway on tho subject. I taken after the arrival of Architect
The path to the lookout will be a stlg- lloblnson, the park expert, who Is la
tag trail. It has been suggested that devote some time In arranging for tho
the work be done by prison labor and beautlflcatlon of Honolulu. Mr Robln
Mr. Waldron will consult the Governor , son will arrive here In about four
on this question. Flowers are to be weeks . A general Invitation to attend
planted along the trail and It Is to be this meeting Is extended by the two
trado as attractive as possible. Gov-! committees to will members of city Ini
ernment Surveyor Wall has agreed to provement clubs and all Interested p
lay the plans for the climb free ot the work, and a special Invitation If
charge. John Kldwell of the Improve-'extended to ladles',
ment Club and Mr. Waldron have the Mountain resorts on the Islands were
proposition In hand. Doth will call on suggested by Secretary Wood for pco
Oovcrnor Carter tomorrow. pie to visit during the summer months.
A grand view ot Honolulu, the bar- Mr. Smith spoko ot a number ot place
bor and the surrounding country may If only accommodations for travelers
be. had from the summit of Punchbowl, were built.
The Idea Is to make a fascinating climb Much good has resulted from the ad
for tourists desiring to walk within a vertlslng done In the Coast cities dur
stone's throw of tho center of town. At Ing the holidays. Pineapples aro to bo
the top benches will bo provided and sent to the railroad offices and hotels
otcrythlng made as attractive as pos-.ln California for the purpose of calling
Mle. attention to the fruits ot Hawaii.
Tho letter from Ralph S. Hosmcr, Iilshoo Hamilton ot the Methodist
secretary of the Improvement Club to church Is writing descriptive article
tho Promotion Committee, regarding on Hawaii for eastern, publication
the Punchbowl trail and Improvements, They are to be Illustrated.
Is as follows: I The matter of establishing a publlo
At tho meeting ot the Honolulu Im-lgolf links at Kaplolanl Park, originally
provement Committee, held on Friday take up by the Committee, and favor
evening, January 18th; the following ably commented on by Park Supcrla
resolutions were adopted and I was In-, tendent Young, Is now in the bauds of
btructed, as secretary, to bring them to the Park Commissioners. Mr. Youtm
tho attention of tho Promotion Com- stated there was considerable space at
rolttee: i the park avatlablo for a links.
Hcsolved, That It Is tho recommen- Tennis for Tourists
rn0m.HLtl.1Sn1.I?!0lU lm,fovcmcnt The Pacific Tennis Club had taken
Committee that tho Promotion Com-'ul, l0 matlcr of 01)Cn,UB lu ,ourla
tnlttco col a public meeting, at as oaily to 3 p. m. to. tourists and straus-
mL. ?i.aS ma Ve lon.7nlcDt' ,0 rs In the city. Cards for tho uie uf
discuss Improvement matters and llic collr,g by tourl,t, aro t0 u oX
!.(! Interest In bettering existing tolnc(1 Irom 8ecre,nry Wood.
conditions In Honolulu, and that all . .. .
thoso persons who hove been asked to TourlnB " a,'n?;, , . . . , , ..
organUo local Improvements clubs be , Joe Lohen is tbnklng ot taking the
especially Invited to attend. .land to the mainland for a four
"It was the sense of this Committee mo?1th 0.l'r " rf.iuc?,l1!0 ".l"
that such a meeting would do much to "nl'on of " committee In Influencing
arouse Interest, prevent misunderstand-, SupervUors to consider the matter.
Ings nnd make clear many matters Some effort Is to bo ma. e to glvo the
which aro perhaps now only Imper- lnnU. nicmucr the benefit of a whole
lectly understood by thoso Interested .car '"'iry, although they actually
In tho general movement. tJ ln ,1Iaw?" ony tsH mouths.
"Resolved, That I' Is tho recommen- Secretary Wood will leave for Maul
datlon ot the Honolulu Improvement on Tuely. to slay five days to get
Committee that In laying out tho dls- acquainted with, the Island people ann
trlct to bo covered by a local Improve-1 lhf, "cencry.
ment club, both sides of a given street I. pf.Ml.d,enS ar"Jlt, of Oahu collegn
bo Included, and that where planting , U hor,t,rllto 'if"6,.?". 'V,',08 on Sd,u
along tho street Is undertaken, that a "lon In Hawaii which will be used by
slnglo species of tree be used for a the Promotion Commlttco and dlstrlb-
WOMEN WHO CHARM
HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL
tt Helps Women to Win and Hold,
Men's Admiration, Respect and Love
Woman's greatest gift s the power to
Insplro admiration, respect, and lovo.
There Is a beauty In health which Is
mora attractive to men than tncro regu
larity oi icarurc.
w. 9-s. MbKP'Y
(yjfnf. Chat.E'Drown )
natural section, that Is, one or more
blocks as the ceso may bo.
"It was tho sense of this Commltteo
In regard to the resolution that by hav
ing both sides of a given street under
the management of one club much un
necessary friction . would bo avoided
nml Hint It .i,t.l l. .f. -11.1. . ... .
. i.mv .b nuuiu uv jjuooiuiu iu lurry
out plans for Its development and Im
provement far more easily than It tho
itrcet came under the combined juris
diction of two clubs.
"Resolved, That It Is the recommen
dation of the Honolulu Improvement
Committee that a zigzag path bo bulil
up tho face of Punchbowl, following
tho ridge above the reservoir and start
ing from tho upper end ot Alapal
street; and that a few clumps ot Nlgbt
Blooming Ccreus and other succulent
plants be planted along such pathway.
"Resolved, That Captain John Kid.
well bo requested to attend the meet
ing ot the Promotion Committee to be
held on Tuesday next, and to bo pre
pared. If the members of the Promo
tion Commltteo so desire, to discuss
with them the Ideas of the Improve
ment Committee In regard to the pro
posed path up Punchbowl."
Tho Promotion Committee needs J 20,.
uted among the teachers at the annual
session of the National Teachers' As
To bo a successful wife, to retain tho
love and admiration of licr husband,
should bo a woman' constant study.
At the first indication of ill-health,
alnful or Irregular menstruation,
icadache or backache, secure Lydla K.
Pinkhara's Vegctablo Compound and
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Mrs. Chas. F. Brown, Vice-President
Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Ilot
Springs, Ark., writes;
Dear Mrs. PuikhAm:
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pound built up my entire sytUm, cured the
womb trouble, ami I felt Use a new woman.
I am sure It will make every suffering woman
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Women who aro troubled with pain
ful or Irregular menstruation, back
ache, bloating (or flatulence), leucor
rheca, falling, Inflammation or ulcera
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roorvtH a modern and well equipped
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spooks for Itself a trial will convince tho
PROF, R. A. WOODS .
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNQ DUILDINQ
f,soclutlon at dan- Francisco this sum the town
trees, the spacing and nrrnngement to
conform to the recommendations al
ready made for that portion of Pensv
tola street lying between I.unalllo and
Wilder avenue, namely, that the trees
be set along tho outer edge ot tho side
walk as near thirty feet apart as Is
convenient with tho Intersections of
the iross streets and with other factors
Interfering with regular spacing.
"Resolved, That tho attention ot tho
Promotion Commlttco bo tailed to tho
excellent opportunity which exists to
develop the gronnds surrounding tho
i:ecutlve Uullcllng as a park and pub
lic garden, worthy ot their central and
"Resolved, That the attention of the
Promotion Committee bo called to the
condition of the grounds around the
Judiciary Uulldlng. especially to the
former site of tho Road Hoard stables
and to the portion bordering Queen
itrcet, which In tho opinion ot the Im
provement Commlttco Is a disgrace to
At the meeting of the Honolulu Im
provement Committee, held January 3,
the. following resolutions were adopted;
"Resolved, That It Is the recommen
datlon ot the Honolulu Improvement
Committee that Cocos Plumosa be
planted along the center of Knlakaua
avenue (Walklkt road), from King
street to Makee Island, ,at Intervals ol
thirty feet apart, and that each tree
be surrounded by a suitable guard,
"Resolved, That It Is the recommen
datlon of the Honolulu Improvement
Committee that Latanla borbonlca be
planted along both sides of Kalakaua
avenue (Walklkl road), from King
street to Makee Island, tho trees to be
set along the outer edge of the side
walk at Intervals of thirty feet apart,
and so spaced as to alternato with the
Cocos plumosa In tho tenter of the
"Resolved. That It is tho recommen
dation ot the Honolulu Improvement
Committee that both sides of Pensacola
street from ileretanla street to the
Pound bo lined with Golden Shower
A melting was held last Thursday
evening for the purpose of organizing
a local Improvement club In tho sec
tion whoie boundaries ore as follows:
Wilder avenue from Punahou street to
Mctcnlf street, down Mctcalf street to
Iltngham street, along Dlngham street
to Punahou street. Including alto Ar
tesian street and Alexander above Ilere
It was decided to give to tho club
tho name Alexander Street Improve
ment Club. John Kldwell was elected
chairman, and A. 1 Orimths, secre'
tary. Meetings are to bo held subject
to the call of the Chairman.
The following ncods of tho district
were taken up, discussed and In each
case a commlttco appointed to take tho
matter In charge:
1. Macadamizing Alexander street.
2. Macadamizing Artesian street
from Wilder avenue to Dole.
3. Removal of trees on the side
walks on Dlngham street In front of
the property ot Dr. Dlngham.
-I. The proper caro of sidewalks.
S. Condition ot stone walls, and
(Continued on Page 8)
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Ouests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but, every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is affo'rded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA STREETS.
THE BULLETIN. 75c per month
Dnlljr Times, 'Kurckn, Cul,
The disease which mnks second to con
HUiiipllon In fntalillfn und wlilili hu In-en
dtfmnl equally falsi Is UrlKlit's UlHvuse.
That It Is now iwaltlvely curable l known
to comiMirath ely fuw pimple. Unfortu
nately, tho ni'W sprclllc for llrlKlit'a Dls
vuaa comts under tho hind of proprietary
nn Durations and invJIcnl ethic rorhlil n
rtcuk'nltlon of Its merits. Tin) llvraM
takes the view, that having poiltlvo knoul-
iiiku ui curt uuicit'u us uuiy 10 us miu
ra and to humanity Is to statu tho facts
Tho publisher knows of two cases In
vtmui u mis enecieu iMTinaneni cures ana
of two others who had practically aban
doned hope, but who aro now regaining
thilr htath. This paper Is not pecuniarily
inicreueu una mis Buuemeni in mauo
solely with a view of aiding such people
as may bo alfllcted with UrlKlit's Disease
und have despaired of recovery. Khould
uny such recelvo benettt wo will feet .am
ply repaid for diverging from the behten
JournalUtlo path. Uvcrmoro (Cal.) Her
ald. July , 1005.
The above brings to mind the case ot
J, If. Gyselaar ot this ctty and lrresliftably
leads to tho belief that at last tho euro
bus been found. Mr, Qyselaar was In the
last stages of dropsy, lie had been told
his days wcro numbered today he Is halo
and htnrty. An absolute cure was effect
ed, nnd a marvelous one, too. Rureka
Doth of the above articles refer to Ful
ton's Compound for llrlfrht'8 Disease and
neither was puld for. What do you think
of them! Henil ror booklet on me cura
bility of Drlght's Dlscane to Jno. J. Pulton
Co., t09 Washington Ht., Ban l'runclscoi
nr In Honolulu Druir Co.. local agents.
000 with which to carry on lis work
this year. V.. I. Spalding .stated ye
'tcrday at the meeting that tho com-
In Tuxedo Veils
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75c QUALITY '.NOW ON SALE .' 45
75e QUALITY WITH DOTS ,.NOW ON BALE 50
$1 and US CHIFFON VEILS, .NOW ON bALE G04
A LARGE VARIETY OF BLACK SILK VEILING THAT WERE
35c, 40c; 45c, 50c ALL GO AT 25 PR. YD.
At Clearance Prices
LADIES' DLACK LAWN AND INDIA LINON SHIRTWAISTS,
REGULAR PRICE ,1.50 to $2.50
On Sale at 75c.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
LIthia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springs, with Its
own natural gas.
There Is no better table water on the market None so
pure. None so palatable.
There Is a snap and zest In every bottle that Instantly "wins
popularity for FERNDALE products.
Pint Bottles $1.35 Per Dozen
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This carburetor will decrease the consumption of gasoline at
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months. A guarantee goes with eacn one.
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Ws are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with PrMhM of
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kind; Butter, Eg, ChMc
ins, Turkey, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, evsrythln" a FIRtX
CLASS MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
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WELL -MAN! WHO?
Who repairs, cleans and presses your clothest
Don't you know that the place to get good work for the least cost Is
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company
. F. COLOURS III. Manager. Office. KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
Bulletin 75c per month
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